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Sheila, I find your post written from a guy who was addicted to porn, then lost his wife, quite upsetting. I have been married for 16 years and 3 years ago my husband finally confessed he had been addicted for thirteen years of our marriage, actually, since the age of 12. I had found something on the computer 10 years before he confessed. For those 10 years, I was lied to, yelled at, screamed at, blamed for being unforgiving, having no redemption, that it was just once and I had no redemption. He made out I was crazy and that I had an ‘over-active imagination’. And he lied to me, right to my face for 10 years. Having been through it, I can completely understand why that guy’s wife left. Broken trust, lies and deceit, pornography. I also have a chronic illness that I’d had in remission but the stress of my husband’s addiction caused a relapse. Please don’t give this guy all the pity. His wife had a right to leave. Also, you say people can’t up and leave for adultery ‘in the past’. Where in the bible does it say this? Yes…they can. If I committed adultery 10 minutes before my husband found out…that would be ‘in the past’. Sorry this guy lost his wife, but please don’t blame her. I have stayed with my husband because I have a daughter that needs care, and due to my health, I am unable to support her and myself. I think your post ‘downplays’ the severity of this on wives. Please don’t pity the husband. Us wives have been through enough.

Visible Thinking – Student Activities
3, 2, 1 Bridge
Circle of Viewpoints
Claim Support Question
Compass Points
Creative Hunt – Looking at parts, purposes, and audiences
Creative Questions
CSI – Color, Symbol, Image
Does it Fit      
Explanation Game
Here/Now There/Then
Options Diamond
Question Sorts
Question Starts
Red Light,Yellow Light for Truth
Reporters Notebook – Separating fact and feeling
See/Think/Wonder – exploring works of art and other interesting things
Step Inside: Perceive,Know about, Care about
Stop Look Listen – clarifying claims and sources
Think Puzzle Explore
Tug of War – the complexity of fairness dilemmas
Used to think – But now, I think
What Makes You Say That?

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