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The key questions: Is your behavior reactivating sensitized addiction pathways, and are you overstimulating your already numbed dopamine system?

(Read "Porn, Then & Now: Welcome to Brain Training" and Why Do I Find Porn More Exciting Than A Partner?

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More importantly, this paper differentiates patterns of online behavior of virtual sex offenders that suggest they are fantasy users who dabble in pedophilic themes compared to classic sex offenders who seek out children for sexual gratification.

Arnzen said the conversation with the undercover went on for two years until he was finally identified.

This paper examines the emergent phenomenon of virtual sex offending and based upon a study of 22 forensic interviews, outlines a framework for understanding this type of sex offender from a clinical perspective.

Specifically, this paper examines the role of online sex addiction in the development of virtual sex offending and outlines five stages from inception to incarceration that the virtual sex offender follows.

That tells me that it isn't really the image per se that's arousing for me, but that my addiction is deeply linked with my computer (which is my choice). The brain knows exactly what alcohol or heroin is, but the reward circuitry has no way of recognizing porn.

I don't have a problem with advertisement, as long as it is offline. Instead, higher portions of the brain relay nerve impulses associated with sights, sounds, smells, and memories to the reward circuit.

to better understand that it's more about brain-training than the content.) We receive daily questions about what's "approved", or what's a "relapse", or whether X, Y, or Z, will slow someone's reboot. A better question is, "What type of brain-training leads to addictive changes in my brain, and am I repeating it?