Survey-based study suggests abstinence reboot interventions result in increased mental problems

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A pair of clinical statisticians at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has found that abstinence reboot interventions promoted by some online groups can lead to mental health issues. In their paper published in the journal Sexualities, Nicole Prause and James Binnie describe the results of a survey-based study they conducted to learn more about the mental state of people who have participated in such interventions.

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