**Please note: I am NOT going to change my view on porn. Please don't try to convince me to change, it won't do any good and you may as well not waste your time.
I recently found out my husband often looks at porn on the internet. I am somewhat computer savvy, but he has been able to hide this from me for a yr and a half now. Of course I was hurt by this, not just him watching it, but mostly the lying. I confronted him about it and he has owned up to everything. I have noticed our sex life getting worse in the past yr, but figured it was a rut from being together for 6 yrs. He has been much more selfish sexually in the past yr, as well as not as sexually interested in me. There have been many times where I have come onto him and he turned me down. He says that he masturbates to it, but not often.
I am a Christian. He is as well, but hasn't been active since he was a child. He doesn't see much wrong with what he is doing.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:59 PM on Jan. 12, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by momof4303 at 7:29 PM on Jan. 12, 2010
A lot of people may do it but that doesn't make it right. If a person has to go behind your back to do something then they know they shouldn't be doing it. he should be sensative to your feelings and find another way to cope like gaining a hobby or something. When someone has a pass time that dimisheshes their relationship to the point where that person is concerned then the other person needs to change it. You shouldn't have to accept it. I'm sure he knew your stance on how you feel about porn.
Answer by SylviaNCali at 7:36 PM on Jan. 12, 2010