One woman’s courageous journey to healing and wholeness for herself, and her marriage. May Grace abound.
Being married to a sex addict, there were a lot of things I did not know.
I did not know the destructive nature of pornography and its far reaching, devastating effects on the lives, families, homes, churches, places it touches.
I did not know that the presence of pornography in my home had invaded my husband’s soul, and was a root cause of our damaged marriage and my utter brokenness.
I did not know that my husband had chosen pornography, masturbation and fantasy over intimacy with me.
I did not know that pornography was a form of betrayal.
I did not know that my husband was able to blatantly lie to me.
I did not know that the rejection of my heart, soul and body was not my fault.
I did not know that my body was fine just the way it was.
I did not know that I was…
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