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Reuters reported that in a period of two years the sexual sites on the Internet, grew with more than 27% (from 22 million – 28 million in 2001).
The reported reasons for visiting these sites frequently are given as stress relieving and not for entertainment reasons.
Usually the addict will engage in Cybersex actions that he/she would not attempt in real life.
Secrecy of their actions would be a hallmark – wrapped in a web of lies and manipulations, hiding the actions from those close to them.
These people tend to find themselves in a vicious circle from which they cannot escape.