The problem is that not everyone defines 'sexting' the same way. Is it the sending of sexually explicit or provocative messages? Is it primarily the sending of sexual images? Some people see it as one, the other or even as both. This has been unclear because there have been various opinions about the subject. 'Sexting' may not be limited to just messaging but could also include the use of Twitter, Facebook, Skype and Facetime, as well as, other social media platforms. This could also mean sending sexually explicit video or showing nude body parts while video conferencing. This complicates matters even more and broadens the current definition.

#Supplement Yoga Most people have really warmed up to the idea of 'sexting' and according to the research, previously cited, a very high number of people have engaged (and continue to engage) in this behavior. These research studies and surveys have focused on how 'sexting' can improve relationships and rekindled sex lives. However, there is a darker side as well. This article focuses on those individuals that use 'sexting' as a way of seeking excitement, sex, and/or attention outside of their present relationship. The lines are sometimes blurred with regards to virtual or internet relationships because they are not viewed as being "real."
'Sexting' outside a relationship can be exciting especially for those individuals that are looking for 'that extra something' in their lives. Perhaps these individuals love their spouses or partners but seem to have 'lost' the passion or excitement in their relationship. For other individuals, maybe they are looking to find someone else online or in a virtual sense (i.e. via texting, online websites or other media) that they can flirt with and is considered "safe." That could fall into the "grass is greener on the other side of the fence" scenario. A person may be very happy or mostly satisfied with their partner but think that they might be able to find something better outside their relationship.

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