Internet Sex Addiction Self Test

Are you addicted to Internet sex? Psychologists are beginning to recognize and treat compulsive Internet addiction.

According to Dr. Kimberly Young, founder of the Center for On-Line Addiction, users can become “psychologically dependent on the feelings and experiences they get” while online. She estimates that as many as five to ten percent of everyone who goes online will become addicted.

A percentage of this group is specifically addicted to sexual content and experiences online. This test may help you determine if your involvement with Internet sex has developed into a compulsive habit.

 1. Do you routinely spend significant amounts of time viewing pornography or visiting chat rooms with the intent of finding sexual stimulation?
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Yes No

2. Do you feel preoccupied with using the Internet to find online sexual partners?
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Yes No

3. Do you frequently use anonymous communication to engage in sexual fantasies not typically carried out in real-life?
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Yes No

4. Do you hide your online interactions from your spouse or significant other?
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5. Do you anticipate your next online session with the expectation that you will find sexual arousal or gratification?
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Yes No

6. Do you experience significant physiological changes when you visit sex-oriented Internet areas (e.g. increase in heart rate, sweaty palms)?
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Yes No

7. Do you feel guilt or shame from your online use?
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8. Do you accidentally become aroused by Internet sex at first, and now find that you actively seek it out when you log online?
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9. Do you masturbate while online?
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Yes No

10. Are you less involved with your spouse because of your experience with Internet sex?
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Yes No

 

 

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