Our expert says:
Firstly, I don't think it is at all useful to describe a;; unhelpful behaviours as "addiction" even though this has become fashionable.
If you'll check the archives of this forum, you'll find many previous useful discussions about porn. On its own, and where it is not being used as a substitute for real human emotional relationships, it is generally not harmful. And it is commonly used for unemotional sex, to relieve stress.
Dating sites can be more sinister, though I wonder whether some people may use them as a substiute for actually cheating, doing so in their imagination rather than in reality.
And of course he faces the risk that that gorgeous young girl he's chatting up is acually a hairy 50 myear-old truck driver with something quite different on his mind.
I cant understand any psychologist being as irresponsible as the one you spoke to by phone, to simply suggest divorce in a case about which he/she knew so little. But seeing a marriage counsellor together could be really useful for both of you.
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