Looking for support

Discussion in 'Partner Support' started by Gildedrose, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Gildedrose

    Gildedrose Fapstronaut

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    I was guided to Thos website through the Universal Man as my so has decided to go hard mode..... found the so support group and havent been added so I'm venting here and seriously looking for advise.... a week in and he's watched so much porn.... I don't understand how one says he wants to do hard mode and then a week in he says it's to hard, when in the past he has done early but quick weeks before 90 days.... I'm pissed, I'm upset and super dissapointed and don't know where to turn.
     
  2. GhostWriter

    GhostWriter Fapstronaut

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    First of all, my advice is that 1 week does not any indication of a recovery make. This is a very long process. Don't get so stuck on 90 days. It's going to take longer. Please research and see what you are really getting yourself into.

    Talk to @AnonymousAnnaXOXO. She has lots of resources on her tag line and is a huge wealth of knowledge. I believe she can also invite you in the SO support group. I would, but I cannot as I am not an SO, but a PA.

    If you're upset and pissed and super disappointed, that's good. I would start to get worried if you weren't. For the beginning addict? Yes, it's really hard.
     
  3. Gildedrose

    Gildedrose Fapstronaut

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    I appreciate your response, we've been together for almost 3 years and whats.most frustrating is seeing how back and forth he is. We've dine many different kinds of things together and alone to work through this. He's watched since he was 13 so I have patience but thus isn't our first rodeo on him saying he wants to change and not be such a victim.
     
  4. GhostWriter

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    It never is my dear! Most often, it's a whole rodeo circuit that lasts years and years.

    Specifically, what have you done? What has he done? What have the two of you done together? Beware of any addict that says "I promise!" More often than not, they are incapable of upholding that promise.
     

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