Here’s what future me would say to past me, “I know you love him and want to ride off into the sunset with your prince.I know how he makes you laugh and all the good emotions that wash over you the second you see his face.He told you it’s no longer a problem and you believe him. His heart is good and he wants to keep this evil out of his life forever.
I have been dating a guy, on and off, for two years and he and I have an explosive sex life.
However, I believe that he is a sex addict as well.
Although he does not want to seek help for it because he think he is fine and its normal for him.
He would tell me stories, of when he was younger, about how he would literally feel sick if he didn't feel as if he pleased his partner.
He has since become better at controlling this, but that's my thing. He has gone back to those ways with me by always asking if he has pleased me.
This post come from Marlee, one of the WOPA (wives of pornography addict) wives who blog, reprinted here with her permission. Sometimes I want so much to pass on what I’ve learned about surviving a pornography addiction that I preach a sermon to someone in my head.(Information below is written directed to women, but the same information would be applicable if a man was dating a woman who has used pornography in the past.) Do you ever talk to imaginary friends? Someone new to the problem, someone who could avoid so many of the mistakes I’ve made.A few days ago, a friend on the Hope and Healing Forum asked the question, “Why would God let me marry him?” I think nearly all of us have asked that question, and God has answered it for each of us in unique ways.But the question reminded me of one of my imaginary conversations.The one where I talk to a girl who just got engaged.