I specialize in counseling wives of sex addicts, and I often see women who haven’t told anyone about their husband’s addiction, sometimes for months or even years.
The lack of support available to spouses, and often inaccurate information being put out about partners of sexual addicts, can cause a wife to suffer additional trauma and feel like she is partially responsible for her husband’s behavior.
I don't pretend to understand my preference for women on the masculine side of the gender spectrum anymore than I understand why I am attracted to women in the first place. But that explanation leaves rather a lot of important things out. To be totally fair though I went back and read your original post from the other day and I guess I can kind of why he would have a fragile ego.
If you are a and into butches please be so kind to send Me a message. You said you didn't want to have to treat him like he is a genius when he is just a guy.
Sexual addiction, an umbrella term which includes pornography addiction, is likely the most harmful addiction when it comes to marriages.
She didn\'t notice a guy who slowly approached her from behind and suddenly grabbed her hand.
Pleasure turned in astonishment and then in fear, when his thick finger popped her cherry, but his strong hands didn\'t let her go until he has fully enjoyed her gorgeous flesh!
Bill got drunk and lay on the sofa staring at the maid that came to clean up the mess he made of the room.
Since this is a “process addiction,” versus a chemical addiction, it is so hard for wives to understand. There are many different compartments so that he can divide his life up into separate components that don’t touch each other.
This lack of understanding can cause numerous misconceptions to be held as truths and can postpone healing. His marriage and family can be in one compartment, his job in another…you get the point.