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3 years ago  ::  Nov 11, 2014 - 1:16AM #1
puregrace
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my husband and i have been married 16 years. last year he told me he was talking to a woman on facebook (who we both know) they were telling each other what they wanted to do to each other ect.... they were basically having sex online- he promised not to do it again, this spring i found out he was being inappropriate with another woman we both know plus commenting on another ladys page about her boobs and stuff. he deleted most of his stuff so i cant see what he wrote but i have found little things here and there. i do not believe it ever got physical with any of them but i cant bring myself to be intimate with my husband because i think of what my husband did everytime. i am thinking about leaving him. we have a 13 year old daughter . any advice? i really need someone to talk to who has gone thru this.  
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3 years ago  ::  Nov 14, 2014 - 3:57AM #2
rideronthastorm
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I am a recovering electronic internet porn second life porn phone sex sexting skyping sex addict. I call it an electronic sex addict, I have 36 days of recovery and  have heard many stories from both men and women alot like yours. He may or may not be addicted there are tests he can take to see if hes one at SAA.org. If you need anymore info from me you can either message me or post it here and Ill respond, ill pray for you.SAA has helped me so much and such a blessing for me.

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3 years ago  ::  Dec 14, 2014 - 2:04PM #3
Willyb71
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Electronic porn with no connection to anyone you know or have contact with is one thing, not necessarily good, but inappropriate internet activity with someone you know and see routinely is really out of line.


Deciding whether or not to divorce someone is all about first coming clean, face to face.   "I know you are doing this.  I know you lied about it.  I won't stay married to you if you keep doing it.  Tell me what you want to do."


At that point everything is clear.  Let him know you are going to check up on him.   If you are serious about it and he knows it but keeps doing it, the ball is in your court.


There are ways you can catch him, regardless if he deleted it or not.    



Think it through & good luck.

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