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hurtokwife posted:
I have been married to my husband for almost 14 years, have 2 beautiful kids, and thought everything was good with my husband and myself. I got up, found SEVERAL online sex websites that he had been going onto everyday for quite a while. I then found where he has been calling sex chat rooms, one after another for the past few years. I have never been soo hurt, confused, mad, sick, etc... ever. I've confronted him, and he can't tell me why they could give him something I couldn't. He says it's finished, but how do I ever trust him again or forgive him? I love him, but I don't deserve this and neither do my kids, who have no idea, I just want to understand all of it. Any advice please?
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pow47 responded:
He's on a slippery slope. My husband of 30 years started with online porn, then online sex clubs, then prostitutes and massage parlors, then a torrid affair with a woman half his age. When I caught him (finally) he begged forgiveness and promised never to do it again. He has been in counseling for 3 years, and I will still never trust him or respect him. You and you husband need counseling to understand why this happened, but if I had faced this when I was your age, I'd be long gone.
 
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wife50 responded:
I am right where you are at now, I just recently found out my husband of 21 years have been using online porn sites for over a year. The money he has spent on this particular porn site is jaw dropping. When I confronted him he lied and blames me for the issues in our relationship. I know exactly how you feel, I have never felt such deep hurt before, and I am considering seeing a mental health professional.
Best of luck to you,
wife50


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