Forgiving Partner's Cybersex Addiction
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|Sun, 06-01-2003 - 1:45am|
Well, I don't know if he tired of it (or suspected I became aware), but he unplugged the camera and uninstalled all his Instant Messaging software except for one, which lists all his school buddies.
Today, I found a popup from a woman, who left a URL with a photo and her stats. Now, I also have the same Instant Messaging service, and occasionally get these popups. Because I never discussed with him the fact I found out about his online antics, I clicked on it, and then asked him about it. (I clicked on it because if he is in another room, he will ask me to tell him if any messages pop up, especially on nights he goes to his friend's house). He got frustrated and asked me why I am so jealous.
1) Did you ever find out about your significant other's cyber addiction, and then lied because you felt badly that you found out about it?
2) Can you ever forgive a partner for a cybersex addiction? To me, looking at porn is one thing, but using a video camera to create the sensation of a threesome or something else is another.
I've wanted to bring up the discussion since I found out about it. It makes me want to throw up when I read what he said to her; it makes me want to throw up when I think of him sharing his body with someone else.
Like to hear others' thoughts and opinions, as well as their experiences.