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Never Ever Marry A Porn-Addict
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It's difficult to see one's spouse addicted to porn, and it's even more difficult to learn how to trust him again after he has gotten over his addiction.

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/xx...103125.htm
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XXX Church, an online ministry dedicated to helping people with porn and sex addictions, says three things need to be considered before people renew their trust to their spouses who fell victim to such addictions before.
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Writing on their ministry's website, Eddie Capparucci says, first, people should check their spouse's commitment to recovery.
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"This is the one number key – not only for learning to manage a sexual addiction, but also to begin the process of rebuilding a tattered relationship," he says. "A sex addict must show dedication to the game plan created to assist him in breaking the bondage of secrecy and betrayal."
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If one's spouse is following a treatment regimen and is sharing his progress with his spouse, then Capparucci guarantees better days ahead for them.
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Second, Capparucci says it's a good sign when people don't shut their spouses out when they vent their anger.
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"One of the first things I will tell a husband who has abused sex is that his wife has a barrel of rocks... and she will be throwing them his way for the next 12 to 24 months," he says.
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Capparucci says women who were betrayed need to "properly grieve" for them to move forward from the hurt. Men need to be strong and accept whatever their wives throw their way, he adds.
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"You can start to sense your spouse is getting better when they stand firm and allow you to vent about your pain and anger," he says. "This demonstrates an understanding of the extent of your anguish, and a commitment to helping you get to a better emotional place."
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Lastly, it's a good sign when husbands demonstrate the ability to emotionally attach to their wives. Capparucci says that men who are struggling with sexual addictions are still confused about intimacy, but those who have gotten over this past struggle is able to identify and express emotions.
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