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Now you have considered these different aspects of your life situation, fill in the form below to summarize your thoughts.

2.5 Summary of section 2

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

Summary Form: My life situation at the time of using CSAM

Look back over what you have written down in the tasks in Section 2 (tasks 5 to 8) to help you answer the questions in the form.

Task 5: Myself

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How did you view yourself before you started having interest in using CSAM and before you started using CSAM? What changed when you started using CSAM?

2

How do you think your relationship with yourself relates to your use of CSAM and your sexual interests?

3

What kinds of changes would you like to see in this area of your life?

Task 6: My relationships and sexuality

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How were your relationships and sexuality before you started having interest in using CSAM and before you started using CSAM? What changed when you started using CSAM?

2

How do you think your relationships and sexuality relate to your use of CSAM and your sexual interests?

3

What kinds of changes would you like to see in this area of your life?

Task 7: My daily life

1​

How was your daily life before you started having interest in using CSAM and before you started using CSAM? What changed when you started using CSAM?

2

How do you think your daily life relates to your use of CSAM and your sexual interests?

3

What kinds of changes would you like to see in this area of your life?

Task 8: My values

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What were your values before you started having interest in using CSAM and before you started using CSAM? What changed when you started using CSAM?

2

How do you think your values relate to your use of CSAM and your sexual interests?

3

What kinds of changes would you like to see in this area of your life?

1. My pathway to CSAM

Various underlying factors and motivations form a path towards your use of CSAM, by triggering thoughts and emotions that lead you to harmful behavior. In the exercises, you will be asked to reflect on your own life and values, as well as other perspectives on the use of CSAM.

What is a self-help program?

  • it is based on treatments that have been shown to be effective in treatment

  • it consists of different sections

  • it includes information and exercises to help you manage your everyday life and symptoms

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