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Wife dealing w/ aftermath of husband's porn addiction

Blessings to you all! I am a wife who is married to a wonderful man... who has struggled with pornography addiction for years. Ufortunately, I just now found out, 8 years into the marriage. I am thankful that my husband is renouncing this, and I am joining him in this battle. We are praying together continuously, as well as seeing a Counselor, letting his accountability partner know everything, etc. However, I am SO hurt and SO wounded from this experience!! If any of you have been here, you know first hand! I have tried to find a support group for wives in my position, but there has been nothing. I am writing in hopes of finding other women going through the same thing, so that we can share our journeys, in hopes of strengthening each other. I am 29, and I have 3 little kids. Please post if you are also a wife in this position!

I am not a woman or a wife, but I thought I might let you know about some possible resources. Freedom Begins Here currently has a free download on the home page called "A Spouse's Perspective" featuring Deb Laaser. For more information about her and possible other resources, you may wish to visit the website, faithfulandtrueministries.com. I hope that may help.
by Rick, 11 months, 3 weeks ago
I too am going through the same thing. I just kicked my husband out a few days ago because I just can't keep dealing with this. It has been going on for over 5 years and I have had enough. I have 2 small children and have 0 tolerance for it now. We have had so many conversations about my feelings and what this could potentially do to our family and here I am...dealing with this once again..
by L, 3 weeks, 3 days ago
This is something that I am just now facing with my husband too. His porn addiction has been going on for years without me knowing about it. I discovered porn on his computer while he was in Iraq for a year, and then again when he came home, and more over the past few months. He is now in counseling and sounds so sincere about not ever doing it again, but I don't think he realizes the seriousness of his problem. I want so desperately to trust him, to move close to him, but I am terrified at the same time.
by Military_Wife, 1 week, 3 days ago

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