What are you looking at? A woman who seems to have just had her world explode.. Now...it all makes sense!! What makes sense? The fact that you are still wearing all that stuff you were wearing the other day when you found out? No, not that. Everything else! K...explain it to me. Well, for starters… Continue reading Mirror Series Part III
Why do people still believe Celebrate Recovery is just for addicts? Is it because they have seen the movie Home Run? Did they go to that bathroom or something during testimony night in the film, where the main character’s sister-in-law speaks of her sexual abuse as a child? Or could it be because everyone thinks… Continue reading Celebrate Recovery Is For Everyone
I've heard this many times in the past from friends, "Dude, why is it when me and my wife get in bed SHE wants to talk while I want to sleep or have sex and then go to sleep." Since when did the bed become the place not to talk and the only place for… Continue reading Talking And Sex Are Both Forms Of Intimacy
This broke my heart this morning.
I am sharing this, with permission, to say her husband’s comments are typical of an addict in denial. He’s not an addict yet he will not stop watching.
But what truly broke my heart was the fact that she has lost hope, not in herself, but in the marriage. To read more of A.R. and her struggle please visit her blog today and give her some inspiration and hope.
In my last post, I mentioned I found pornography on my husband’s computer again. I was not going to look at his history because I didn’t want to hurt myself even more. Yet, I had this compulsion to look. I scrolled down each day. Yes, he was looking at porn weekly. Porn Hub was a site I kept on running into and so was Google images. This information did not disturb me. I have come to accept the fact that these are his “go to” sites.
I found pornography on his computer on Friday. He was out of town that whole weekend. I had keep my anger and my vomit inside of me. I made sure this was not going to ruin my weekend with my girls. I kept on telling myself, “This is my husband’s addiction and I am not the cause.”
Late Sunday night he came home. This…
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