This is my first post. I am married and addicted to Online/Phone sex. I have engaged in these activities for most of my life. As young as 12-13. I am now 29. I didn't think it was a problem until I was married. I kept doing the things I do and getting caught. My wife kept believing that I would stop on my own. This has been going on for 9 years. The last time I was caught my wife did something different. She turned around and did to me what I've been doing to her for 9 years. She told me as she was doing it and I saw the proof. This devistated me. Made me want to die. But, it also did something else. It opened my eyes to the pain and betrayal I have inflicted on her. I always thought it was just something that I did and have always done. I'm just now starting to deal with the issue in order to save my marriage. I love my wife very much and have never had any desire to leave her, met any one ofline, or have actual physical sex with anyone other than my wife and I never have. I guess since I've started finally getting help maybe that's why I thought it wasn't a problem because I never met any of them or wanted too. But now I realize that cheating is cheating is cheating. Giving any of myself in any way to another woman is cheating on my wife. I am so proud of and eternally greatful for my wife. I hope that I can grow and learn as much as possible so that I may never cheat again and I can finally and always give my wife the marriage se desirves, and the marriage I want to give her. I welcome any and all support, words of encouragement, and tips that have helped anyone with similar problems. Thank you all for being here and god bless you.
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