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I don't agree that cybersex leads to "depression" or "personal neglect" (you show no sources or evidence for this).
Cybersex is pretty much the same thing as masturbation (which is normal, and healthy) except that it's slightly more fulfilling.
"The internet clearly has a role in solicitation of risky sex partners". Clues that one may have a problem with cybersex addiction include, routinely spending significant amounts of time in chat rooms with the sole purpose of finding cybersex, hiding on-line chatting from their significant other, feeling guilt or shame about online use , and masturbating while online.
It appears that men and women are using the Internet equally for "cybering".
For married people, yes, of course it's a question of fidelity. If you meet the person face-to-face, the STD dangers rise - but that isn't cybersex anymore then, is it?
At 31 years old I hold a full-time job, have a circle of friends that I hang out with, I'm happy and I play music as well as sports as regular hobbies.
Cybersex can be practiced in moderation just like alcohol when it comes to "drinking socially" and safely.
A published paper in JAMA highlighted this concern noting that online seekers were more likely to have had a previous STD than offline clients.And I probably have cybersex a few times a week, for maybe an hour or hour and a half.And yet, I've never experienced "personal neglect" nor "depression" as a result of this.Cyber is a prefix or a noun that denotes to anything electronic, computer or Internet related, it has nothing to do with sex unless it is a part of the word "cybersex".Speaking of cybersex, there are lot of people that gets addicted to it. I don't know anything about your situation of course, but one place to start is to take the Great Sex Assessment and see if it gives you some insight into what might be going on with you.