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Switch to Forum Live View I've tried to forgive but it haunts me.
2 years ago  ::  Sep 11, 2015 - 9:56AM #1
nomorehurt
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My husband and I have been married for 3 yrs now but we've been together since sophmore year of high school. We have two kids together and I couldn't have been happier...my best friend about a year and a half ago broke up with her long term boyfriend/fiancee. I tried my hardest to be there for her and her kids but started noticing she'd message my husband more then me. Then I found out they were actually sexting. I was crushed but to make matters worst she let out a flood gate. Apparently she wasn't the first...he had done it to serveral other woman while we dated and even till a week after our wedding. Also come to find out he cheated on me with a co worker while I was pregnant with our daughter 2 yrs before we married. I also found all this out on the day my son turned 4 months old. At first I couldn't even look at him but I tried to forgive and keep my family intact...some days I'm perfectly fine but there are days like today were I feel like my whole world is falling apart. I'm starting to even think if its all worth it. I blame myself I know I shouldn't and I have often thought if its my pride that keeps me in this. I really have no one to talk to because I kept this all a secret from everyone and all my friends basically sided with her not knowing full well whats going on but what can I do. I might be just venting but some advice or anything might help. Like I said I feel stuck and I really don't have anyone to turn to about this and the one person I want to help me feel better is the one I can't trust anymore.
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2 years ago  ::  Sep 13, 2015 - 3:58PM #2
rideronthastorm
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I am a recovering porn and sex addict myself. If you think its possible he might be a sex addict I have SAA information for you and can put you in contact with sex anon which is recovery for the spouses of sex addicts.


Other then that I am very sorry about your situation. Theres also counseling as well.

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