This past weekend, my laptop computer died. We've watched porn together once or twice in the past so he knows I don't mind it, but this was different. It sounds like he broke the trust between the two of you before now. He is extremely sorry and I know he loves me but I feel like although he has not physically cheated on me he has mentally. I got married to the love of my life a year ago and a few weeks ago I walked in on my husband and saw something on the computer and asked him what it was, he panicked and shut the computer down. Thank you,and yes you are right, betrayed makes more sense.
Which either means he hasn't logged in yet to verify the profile or it was just a spam email. When I looked at the activity, there was nothing recent. I have known that in the past during his bad behavior times, he has cruised Adult Friend Finder type of sites. I'm exceedingly open-minded, but he's never talked to me about any of this. I spent seven years of my life in a relationship with a man who lied to me. And even after that he still denied it. Doesn't make any sense to have to become his warden.
I say that knowing how terribly hard that is to actually do. When my bestfriend's caught her ex cheating he told her well you were looking for something and you found it, why are you mad? If I'm confused about what to believe, I will always chose to believe what makes me happy. A while back I kept receiving emails from 2 different dating sites saying so and so was waiting for me or so and so wanted to contact me, which was just ridiculous as I'd never signed up for a dating site. Let me add, one of the lies was that he had been alone no relationships or sex since his last serious relationship - which was two years previous. Just to make sure I won't be providing you same steps, can you please give us the exact steps you've taken in blocking those e-mails? I hope thinking about the above points helps you to figure out the truth First, of all I would like to thank those who took the time out to respond my question.
This would be a promo email, just like any billboard you see on the high way advertising their company. But i'm not sure what i should do, should I just confront him about it, or do I wait and see if he uses the site? I just worry about this getting out of control. I still have the keystroke program so if he goes to any dating sites or anything like that i'll know. He frequently has me check the messages on the phone if it vibrates and he's on the computer or more than 3 feet away from it, so if he expected to hide it for long, I really married a moron. Your husband has probably found another way to deceive you, by closing the sites in front of you, is his way of assuring you won't suspect him to any of those behaviors again. I left, came back and he assured me that he deleted all of his online dating accounts. I am not about to confront him with this with out checking through everything so i can be prepared as can be because knowing him well men in general I know he's not just going to spit out the truth if he thinks he can get away with it.
It's honestly easier just to filter spam with a tool like spam assassin. But there is a way to get off of their mailing list, you just have to think outside the box. The man you are married to is doing this! Ok I think that's about all the update and responses I have in me for now. By disclosing your e-mail address This is the main reason why you are getting all this spam email. I am not sure if was free domain or a free e mail account that the questionable e mail came from. Dont panic just try and have a rational conversation about it.
I do not know if i will walk away. Well i went through the sign up process and everything to see what email they will send me, if it will be the same or not. I know he had another account for his slim shady stuff but of course I don't have the password for that addy! You've talked about some heart to hearts about the relationship----- I still think this is really important. A lot of places have facebook or twitter links as is already mentioned here. You might try to investigate more to see if he is cheating on the side. On the very rare occasion these things pop up in my inbox, I immediately announce it to my wife so she knows I'm not hiding anything.
Nothing is ever enough for him. He cancelled said he didn't need to go and it was my thing to do. I mean---- I got 60 that first day. It is exactly the same as what my husband received, so he had to have gone through created a profile and entered what he was looking for and all that, so that he could receive his password via email. And this can be the explanation.
I do not believe I have that kind of understanding and forgiveness or strength in me to give out and forget it. You cannot ask him because he gets angry. I've been divorced for 6 years and i still get spam sex mail on my account. If it becomes an ongoing issue, I'd likely call my local authorities to see what I could do on a more formal level. Keep watching, trust your instinct, but at this point, unless you have more solid evidence, it sounds like he's just addicted to watching it, which is no big deal.
Keep the faith, and remember that you are worth it. Just pisses me off to think of him doing this. I was cheated on by my first hubby and we have had extensive convos about that. Hi Alden, Good day, I think I too late to reply to this Issue, may be you leave microsoft : I suffered from this problem, and make 10001 roles : no hope. Please answer all this the best that you can. Just find the spammer and break his fingers.