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Their habits range from excessive masturbation and serial affairs to advocating pedophilia online.Cooper said patients seeking help from cybersex disorders tend to be successful, workaholic Silicon Valley executives and engineers who are trying to compensate for "emptiness in their lives or a disorder of intimacy." Some also have other compulsions, such as alcohol abuse.I'd like for them to think what they want about me." He only offers that he is married (wife Ulrike is Australian) and has no children.After earning degrees at UC Riverside and Texas Tech, Cooper served an internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration before joining the Stanford faculty in 1987.But if you want to find out more about G- spots, you don't have to ask anyone.Just surf the Web." Cooper says the Net is a valuable resource for those who are looking for information on AIDS, birth control and homosexuality. Some men and women exhibit sexually compulsive traits while online, Cooper says.Seven years ago I sat with my friend in her dining room meeting strangers on Habbo Hotel.We explored the rooms in the game, chatted with other players and had “avatar sex” with them – all this happened while her mum was in the next room, . Every time we logged on we experienced the rush of discovering something new about sex.
"These are some of the same people who used to spend a lot of money on phone sex lines and pornographic video rentals," Cooper said.
"I don't want my patients to know too much about me.
I want to maintain a professional distance," he said.
"Our study will be the most definitive to date on cybersex," said Cooper, who plans to post results next month. Cooper hoped to get 1,000 valid responses in a few months. Although Cooper delves into the innermost secrets of his clients, he is reluctant to talk about himself.
The slight, bearded therapist nervously fidgets in his spare, second-floor Stanford University office when the conversation turns to his personal life.