When wives discover their spouse is involved in pornography, they too often have a tendency to blame themselves.
The “never good enough” monster that dwells within the hurting heart rears its ugly head and screams, “It’s your fault!”
You are not “fun” enough.
You are not “erotic” enough.
You are not “sexy” enough.
You are not “adventurous” enough.
You are not “attractive” enough.
You are not “thin” enough.
You are not “smart” enough.
You must totally destroy that monster and if you succeed, the world will begin its noisy attack that somebody must be blamed.
This video will expose some of the most common blame-shifting falsehoods the so-called “sex-addiction experts” encourage and promote.
The porn addict himself is a “sex-addiction expert” so I hope this puts you on guard to some of excuses you may encounter, and see them for what they are: lies.
Don’t accept these fraudulent myths as valid motives for viewing pornography. You must reject deceit and require full accountability from the offender. Until he’s willing to accept responsibility for his sinful actions, he will remain in bondage to deception.
One of the most selfish lies a man tries to use when his secret is exposed, is that he loves his wife too much to hurt her by telling her about his problem.
A man sells out his soul, as well as his family’s lives, and tries to hide behind the mask of love. Love has nothing to do with it.
Love does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth.
1 Corinthians 13:6
How have you been lied to? Answer in the comments area below.