“Cybersex, in all forms of illicit sex from chat rooms to pornography, is a perfect metaphor for life without God in a dramatic attempt to circumvent a life of relational pain. Everything seems real in the illusion, but the meaning is lost in the masquerade of self-satisfaction. There is something that is truly missing.” By Dr. Harry W. Schaumburg · Follow on Twitter

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  • Alternative Sex: Is It Really An Alternative?

    By Dr. Harry W. Schaumburg, LMFT The movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, opens Thursday night just before Valentine’s Day, and it is reported it will be Fandango’s top five advance ticket-sellers in the company’s 15-year history. That’s right up there with Harry Potter, Hunger Games and Twilight movies. Interest in the movie grows as people […]

  • Your Husband Looks at Porn: Now What?

    (First published in Today’s Christian Woman) Dr. Harry W. Schaumburg Typically the event doesn’t start with a confession, but by discovering your husband has a secret problem with lust, masturbation, and pornography. Faced with horrifying acts of betrayal, your reactions may range from sadness to depression, anger to rage, to sexual disinterest, to having an […]

  • Message To Parents

    Romeo and Juliet is a tragic Shakespearean romance about two young lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. Juliet was just shy of fourteen years of age. Today, thirteen-year-old girls may long for a romantic relationship with their “Romeo” only to be pressured into performing sex on the boy who then puts the video […]