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It was bound to happen sooner or later: An anonymous woman has told the Arizona-based gossip and nudies site The Dirty that she carried on an explicit online affair with mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner — after he was busted and forced to resign from Congress for the exact same thing.“She was lured by Anthony Weiner post scandal via Facebook,” wrote the site’s editor Nik Ritchie yesterday.

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Don is the Director and Professor of the Graduate Addictions Counseling Program at Indiana Wesleyan University.

The Internet has made it easy to view pornography and even have Internet affairs or "cyber-sex." In fact, 8 to 10 percent of Internet users actually become addicted to cyber-sex and one-third of divorce litigation is actually sparked by online affairs. Joy Browne, radio talk-show host, author and clinical psychologist and relationship expert, and a woman named Christine who used spy software and caught her husband contacting women over the Internet, offer their views on the matter on The Early Show.

The big questions are: Is cyber-sex considered cheating? Christine suspected that her husband was having online affairs.

He also serves on the Behavioral Science and Human Services Licensure Board in Indiana.

Don is a national presenter and consultant in addictions studies in higher education, scopes of practice, legal and ethical issues, clinical supervision, research, and assisting states in the legislative process for addictions counseling licensure.

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