I didn't see any items relating to sexual addiction, mostly drug or alchahol. I think it's a lot different even though people keep telling me an addiction is simply an addiction. I know I'll probably upset someone but I sometimes wish my husband had a drug or drinking problem. If he did, it wouldn't be so personal or hurt quite so much. They lieing hurts a lot but I think it's even worse knowing that your husband is constantly looking at pictures of other women naked and fantasizing about them. I'm about 50lbs overweight and the mother of two special needs children and recovering from a hit and run car accident. I work part time, take care of my kids fulltime. It hurts knowing that I'm not good enough. That I'm not a good enough wife or attrative enough. At least that's how it feels. I know in my head that it's his problem, not about me but it doesn't feel that way. I cry all the time and I keep finding things that he's hidden. I don't know what to do. I could really use someone to talk to as very few people truly understand what it's like. There are no S-Anon meeings within an hours drive from my home so that's not possible and my family isn't supportive. Oh, by the way, I'm only 25 and my kids are 6 (my husband's stepson) and 2years old (my husband's son).
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