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Does it happen quickly and easily, or does it take time?
The study's participants, who represented every state, included stay-at-home mothers, construction workers, engineers, nurses and presidents of large corporations.
Some went online for a quick "sex fix," while others established more meaningful connections where they talked about personal problems, marital issues and things like that, Mileham said. Still others wanted to engage in cybersex, exchanging sexual fantasies with someone while masturbating, she said."The No.
An online liaison may even take place in the same room with one's spouse."Counseling organizations report chat rooms are the fastest-rising cause of relationship breakdowns, and the problem only stands to get worse as today's population of Internet users, estimated at 649 million worldwide, continues to grow, Mileham said.
In 2002, Mileham conducted in-depth online interviews with 76 men and 10 women, ages 25 to 66, who used Yahoo's "Married and Flirting" or Microsoft's "Married But Flirting," Internet chat rooms geared specifically for married people.
The UF study found an escalating quality to these online contacts.I might be totally open with that person, and love them without hesitation, especially if I met them in forums. I believe I can, but that level of trust would definitely take time.I'm so open on here that it would be hard not to give that person even more openness. So..would happen if you suddenly lost communication with them?Do you think it's different if you meet them in forums as opposed to just contact by email? I don't think that trust is something that you can establish in a few weeks of emailing or IMing with someone, especially if you haven't been able to move that to talking on the phone, or even meeting in person.Do you even trust a person after meeting them once?The instinct of the reasonable observer is that organic changes of this sort somehow absolve the sufferer of the responsibility that would accrue to a child abuser whose paedophilia was congenital. The chances are that the latter tendency is just as traceable to brain mechanics as the former; it is merely that no one has yet looked.