my husband\'s addiction is sex. he is addicted to chatting online in a sexual nature or cyber-sex, whichever its called. He\'s even admitted to acting on a couple of the \"proposals\" he\'s recieved online. i think all addiction are relatively similar. the addict, whomever it is, will do anything to get what he/she craves. and even though it hurts the people they love, they can\'t stop. i just filed for divorce last week after finally coming to the realization that my husband has been feeding his addiction for years. even after promising me, over and over again, that he will stop. until recently he kept telling me i was over reacting and it wasn\'t an addiction and he didn\'t always talk to these women about sex. me, The Idiot, believed him. I suppose i knew deep down that he was lying but i loved him and needed to have faith in him to do the right thing for us. I just don\'t understand why he was going everywhere but our bedroom looking for it. I didn\'t turn him down when he asked. I mean, I did a couple of times when I was sick with a cold or 9 mos pregnant with our son. Should I have just said yes and not made him feel like he had to go somewhere else for it? Everyone keeps telling me its not my fault, etc. but thats not always the easiest thing to believe. I just keep going over in my head all the times I coulda done something different or said something different. would it have made a difference? im so confused!
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