Living with his porn addiction

How do you live with the pain of a continued affair? Men think that just because they haven’t had sex with anyone else you should be grateful. How can I be grateful that when my husband makes love to me he is fantasizing about some other woman, better yet some other body. I you have live with a man addicted to porn you know when he isn’t and when he is watching porn, because he doesn’t look at you when you have sex. He often can’t maintain and erection. They don’t realize that porn is a drug like any other. It effects thier lives in a way that ruins relationships just like crack.

If you love him pray for him and pray for you. Pray for stregnth and courage to get through. Theres help for him and for you.  Please visit http://www.firesofdarkness.com

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7 responses to “Living with his porn addiction

  1. Hi everyone. I am porn addict from the age of 7, maybe. Now I am 40. The boost of my porn addiction came with the Internet, of course. I now treat myself by “the Sex Addiction Workbook”, and I write a blog about this. I go through hard times now. I need some feedbacks on my blog posts. Please, visit my blog and drop me just a few words. This will help me to continue. Maybe my blog and information about this book can help somebody here as well.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. The link to my blog about porn addiction self-help:

    http://sawlog.blogspot.com/

    SAW blogger.

  3. Porn affects so many people, including women. Many men don’t realize the effect that porn has on them and their marriages. My girlfriends and I have a blog where we are reaching out to married Christian women, to educate them about having hotter and more meaningful sex with their husbands. We’ve heard from many women who have had issues of porn in their marriage. What is amazing, is the number of women who either view it themselves, or view it with their husbands. I should know, because I used to.

  4. kelly

    I am currently working on a new show for a major cable network. I am looking for “everyday women with everyday problems”. These problems can be women who are struggling with empty nest syndrome, Women who can’t seem to find Mr. Right, if they feel anxious all the time, don’t know how to handle being a single parent, struggling with career choices, etc. Through group and individual therapy sessions these women will learn to alter their thinking to improve their lives.

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  5. sandrar

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

  6. Erin

    What a lovely site. I was previously in a relationship for four years. He was a lovely person who sang in the choir at church, went hiking with me, and treated me like a princess, but he also had another private life. We had grown up together and he had been my very best friend. About six months into our relationship, I started finding magazines and videos. This was very disturbing to me because I always had felt that we had something more pure and true. I confronted him and he said that he would get rid of it. He didn’t though, he just started to hide it. A couple years later, we moved in together and I began finding things on our computer. I would catch him getting up in the middle of the night and going home for lunch, only to fulfill his addiction to pornography. I went to counseling because I started to feel my self worth deteriorating. Eventually, I realized that he hadn’t made an effort at all, and that his addiction was only progressing. I found things that are considered illegal. I knew that I wanted to have children someday, but didn’t want to bring them into a home of sin. I left him. After I left, I found God at my side every step of the way. I finished school and got a degree in nursing. I began dating an amazing christian man. From the very beginning, I expressed that I could not be in a relationship that had any pornography, strip clubs, or other women involved. We have been married almost two years. Recently, I found that he too has fallen into internet pornography. My heart hurts. I feel as though God is once again hanging my heart out to dry. I have already been through this addiction with someone else and I don’t feel that I can be a good support for him. Please pray for us.

  7. cilla

    how do you deal with your husband preferring porn to you,and lying about going into sites, even when I am there watching him in a site? I am ready to give up on him even tho we have been married for over 40 years.

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