Hope After Porn

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2 thoughts on “Tips on Rebuilding Trust With Your Spouse After Porn

  1. Great advice!

    As a man who battled for 30 years with pornography, I know full well how powerful lying and deceit (as well as pride, fear and self-loathing) becomes. Accountability for you is crucial. Accountability for your spouse is greatly beneficial.

    An additional thought I’d like to share is this: when your spouse distances themselves from you, or seems to yell at you for no apparent reason, appears moody, or accuses you of things you know you didn’t do, keep this in mind – they’ve been hurt and betrayed by the one they love. Instead of arguing with them, seeking to defend yourself, listen to what their heart is saying (Matt. 12:34). Look beyond your own pain and see theirs. Allow the healing process to take place and don’t rush it.

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