my husband and i arent getting along and hes started watching porno on his compu

  1. profile image51
    diwenposted 8 years ago

    my husband and i arent getting along and hes started watching porno on his computer and...

    masterbating on the floor in our den my son caught him and ive caught him several he has a privacy blocker on his history so i cant bring it up and show him i know what should i do

  2. juiwei2000 profile image60
    juiwei2000posted 8 years ago

    All guys watch porn, I won't worry too much about it.

    While, there are many social myth that believe porn increase the possibility for a person to e.g. have an affair, statistically it isn't true. 

    Statistically guys who watch porn are actually much less likely to conduct rape or have an affair then those who don't.  in fact statistic suggest, watching too much porn can result in a guy been a so call lazy lover and a lot of wife and girl friends who have boy friend that watch too much porn, frequently say their boy friend's sex drive is so low, it is shocking.

    This is mainly because, male sexual desire is kind of like food apatide, there is a limitation to how much food we can eat (which is why parents always tell their children not to fill up on junk food before dinner.), well male sexual desire is the exact same thing, there is a limitation of how much he want, if he filled it up with porn then he won't have any desire left for the real thing, until her sexual desire stomach is empty again.

    So, I guess you should be glad he is watching porn considering you guys are not getting along.  He is choosing to watch porn rather then having an affair.  It is the good news of a bad news.

  3. goldenpath profile image68
    goldenpathposted 8 years ago

    For years now I have counseled scores of men and families about addictions.  Leud behavior IS by definition an addiction and therefore enters the realm of alcohol, gambling, tabacco and even self degradation.  It is a serious lack of self mastery and control.  I strongly advocate marriage counseling.  After that has been completed I strongly advocate family counseling. 

    There is something in his life that is lacking and is not necessary something of your fault.  It can be depression and the longing to have the senses stimulated so as to feel of worth.  I feel this to be the case since he is open enough as to have been caught by you and your son several times.  Nothing demeans a father more than to be caught by a family member in an act of no control.

    First and foremost sit down and have a mutually calm discussion.  Second, you must have an agreed consensus that the internet will be removed from the home.  In his weakened state he does not need that further temptation.  Lastly, counseling.

    Good luck and exercise faith that it will all work out.

 
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