Fantasy plays an important role in healthy sex. The brain is the real place of sexual stimulation and sexual pleasure, and having an active sexual imagination is good. On the other hand, in the brain of sex addicts, the imagination part of the equation can take an excessive role and become harmful not only for the sex of man, but possibly in his life in general.
It can be difficult to complete the range of sexual addiction as fantasy sex is the main theme. A person's imagination may involve something under the sun, and in some cases there is another form of sex addiction. The core thing to remember in these cases is that fantasy, whatever it is, has become obsession. The addict thinks about it when they do not have sex, and they make plans to fulfill the imagination anyway. When they take part in sex, it is living under the imagination rather than enjoying reality.
Many sex fantasies can be fulfilled through role play, so this is a common way for this drug to occur. An addict can start by asking their members to play a certain role when they participate in sex. This could be all, simply responding to another name to imitate being a stranger or something more elaborate using the equipment and the stage. Such behavior can be fun and the key to a long sexual relationship. However, sex addict may require, tolerate or even require a member to play a role even when they do not want to.
Because this pattern can be a lot, this form of sex addiction is not always easy to identify. The addict may be the one who fulfills the role, as a partner is less important, anyone to participate. It must not be a fantasy, but act, location or circumstance. Sexual preferences and so-called "revolutions" are too many to count or describe.
The primary symptom of addictive behavior is when it is continued despite adverse consequences. We said earlier that imagination can become obsessive, and this is where it affects the sex addict directly. Constant thinking about imagination can be a disturbance that impedes people's personal or social life by bringing their attention to issues. Their productivity at work may suffer or their social lives may decrease if they find it difficult to maintain an interest in daily content. They can imagine their imagination to work, cause problems, or it can go to social situations where it is not appropriate.
Pornography can serve as an outlet for fantasy, so the sex addict lives vicariously through performers. This is where fantasyism can blend pornography, and in more extreme cases lead to the protection of phone sex lines or prostitutes.
For sex addicts in a relationship, the addiction can of course damage the relationship in many ways. If the affiliate is regularly involved in performing fantasy that they do not like or have potentially applied, they will become free from the relationship. They can also see their partners to fulfill their imagination differently as a form of unfaithfulness.
Creating a new relationship can also be difficult if sex fantasy is a core activity. While there are many ways to meet adult acceptance that are willing to engage in sex fantasy, these relationships are based on very narrow aspects of a healthy relationship and are unlikely to be successful or make either really really enjoyable in the long run . It can even cause the sex addict to create a distorted picture of what a healthy relationship is.