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Almost half of those who took part in the survey live in North America; 12 per cent said they were Australians.
The average respondent was male, well-educated, and in their early 40s.
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Around 40 per cent of respondents identified themselves as heterosexual, with others listing their sexual orientation as gay, lesbian or bi-sexual.
While the average participant in Mr Squirrell's sample group said they spent just over 12 hours a week engaging in sexual activity online, some people reported engaging in cyber sex for up to 10 hours a day.They've often made changes like putting their computer into other rooms.'I've got one client who frequently looks at cyber sex at work and just struggles to control that behaviour."Dr Squirrell says he often suggests people fighting an addiction to cyber sex install filtering devices or join support groups such as Sex Addicts Anonymous, which offer a 12-step program based on the Alcoholics Anonymous model.He says it is important to realise that not all cyber sexual activity is harmful."Most people can engage in cyber sex and take it or leave it.If you are married to someone who struggles with pornography or any other unhealthy sexually related behaviors, you have come to the right place.Besides for being able to help your husband, we also have an entire support network for spouses to help them deal with what they are going through.FEATURED TALKS: Download & Listen to these great recordings for couples and spouses that can give you a whole new perspective on what you are dealing with.