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me+6
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Default  Posted: 9:52 PM, May 16th (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

HELP

I haven't even been able to clear my eyes long enough to read through this thread like I should.

Can WH be a sex addict without actually having "sex" he has had 2 PA's in the past 16 yrs but many other EA's and he says that that is really the main addiction for him...the texting/ computer/phone.

God I don't even know where to start. He is begging for help and is calling his IC tomorrow for treatment options but I am terrified.

I need to get up tomorrow , (my birthday no less, get the kids to school study for a final and just go on with life when I feel like I have lost mine. I already miss my best friend. god this is awful


me-36 WH-37
Married 16 years together 18
6 children (5,7,8,12,14,16)
DDay - March 4th 2007
DDay #2 September 13, 2008 EA
Separated Oct 24, 2008
7/1/09 He is coming home!
Beginning to R

Posts: 694 | Registered: Jun 2007 | From: East Coast
OptimisticMe
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Default  Posted: 8:19 AM, May 17th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

So is the texting/computer/phone discussions sexual in nature? People can have addictions to many different things. Sexual addiction is always about something sexual. For some people it is a porn only addiction, some it may be sexting only, some it may be masturbation...but all have something to do with the nature of sex. And lying is rampant among all types of addicts. Don't believe that you know everything yet...you have probably only seen the tip of the iceberg. Hang in there and come here for support. HUGS!

There are many book recommendations on the first page of this thread. A CSAT (Certified Sex Addiction Therapist) and a 12 step group are must haves for recovery.


Me: 28, BW
Him: 32, WH, Sex Addict
3 kids: 13 DD (his), 4 DD (ours), 2 DS (ours)

Married 8 years.

Hubs is firm in recovery from SA and is like a new man and husband. We are happily reconciling and making great progress...nope, ass is back


Posts: 111 | Registered: Jan 2011
NOTINKANSAS
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Default  Posted: 10:53 AM, May 17th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

me+6,
I'm new to this, too, but here's my experience.
My H would get online and flirt with women until he the conversation got to the point where he knew he "could" if he wanted to. Then it escaled into actually having such conversations in person, which would lead to casual sex. Untreated addictions get worse over time. The addict needs more and more to get their fix. My H was unfaithful with 4 different women over the course of 5 years, with large lapses of time in between, so he wasn't doing it constantly but rather he was bingeing. It's possible your H's two PAs could be binges. I don't know, though, like I said I am new so I can't offer much except some HUGS and my personal experience.


I'm 33
He's 31
Recovering from SA
4 kids
D-Day 01-06-11 (Husband confessed sex 2x in 2009 with "trashy" girl from the ghetto)
D-Day 2 May 7, 2011 (confessed the rest of the betrayals)

Posts: 234 | Registered: Feb 2011
NOTINKANSAS
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Default  Posted: 10:57 AM, May 17th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Has anyone's spouse gone to inpatient rehab?
My husband is asking to go.
He hasn't acted out with people in over 2 years, but he says he is tormented by sexual thoughts and he wants to be rid of them. He thinks that rehab will be a good, intense way to start his treatment. We are in counseling and awaiting a return call from the local 12-step group. He hasn't viewed pornography in several months. He said he found himself back in his old flirting habits a few months ago but when the woman asked him out he said no. I would think there has been progress, and we are seeking help locally, but we are both curious about the rehab programs and if they are really effective and worth the time spent away. That's a big concern for us because we have 4 kids and I would be alone for a month.


I'm 33
He's 31
Recovering from SA
4 kids
D-Day 01-06-11 (Husband confessed sex 2x in 2009 with "trashy" girl from the ghetto)
D-Day 2 May 7, 2011 (confessed the rest of the betrayals)

Posts: 234 | Registered: Feb 2011
1Forward1Back
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Default  Posted: 11:53 AM, May 17th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

me+6,
My SAH also had a 'love' addiction component to his SA. His online conversations with his contacts were not very sexual in nature at all; more loving. He would tell them things like, "I just want to hold you and caress your soft skin." He actually feels very uncomfortable with 'dirty talk'. But he's a full blown SA with online porn and masturbation his main outlet. And the porn is hard core at times.

So the SA can have many facets to their acting out.

I hear you. When I found out about my H's affair, I was alone at home, unable to get in touch with him. I had to get up at the crack of dawn the next day to supervise students in a real life setting. I also had a grad exam later that week. You know what. I plowed through and did it. I don't know how, but I did. You will do. You will not believe the strength you have.

But one other thing. I asked for help. I emailed my course professor and asked her for an extension. I told her exactly why. She emailed me back with these words, "The same thing happened to me after 37 years of marriage. Get help with this." You'd be surprised how understanding some people can be. Just keep this in mind as you try and figure out how you are going to survive all of this.


Me: 60 Yrs. (BS)
Him: 60 Yrs.(FWH- life long sex addict)
-2 ONSs followed by an A-2005/06
-cheated while we were engaged
-seems to stray every 30 years or so
D-Day-June 10, 2006
Working on own recovery. His is his!
Married: 37 yrs. Grown ch

Posts: 966 | Registered: Jun 2006 | From: Canada
momoffive
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Default  Posted: 6:36 PM, May 18th (Wednesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Living in the same home with SAWH, he now beginning his 90 celibacy, no communication with me, seeing me triggering about graduation (OW will be there) but under the assumption if he avoids me and not bring it up he doesn't have to deal with me hurting...

that's my life. Can't I expect more?

I knowwww I am to detach and work on me, but the way we are living, just passing each other in the house, not addressing anything other than the itty, bitty stuff, I HATE IT!

I feel like I am going to go insane if this is what living with SAWH is going to be like.

[This message edited by momoffive at 6:39 PM, May 18th (Wednesday)]


BW 44, SAWH 45(sorry1)
M24 yrs
DD 23,16,13 DS 21, 18
Dday1-7/3/09 EA OW4
Dday2-9/1/09 PA OW4
Dday3 3/14/10 Farmville sexting, OW3
Dday4 3/13/11 Secret texting, would be OW5-she said no
Dday5 8/2/11 PA 10 years ago OW1, kissing 4 years ago OW2

Posts: 1123 | Registered: Jan 2010 | From: Pennsylvania
NOTINKANSAS
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Default  Posted: 6:51 PM, May 18th (Wednesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

momoffive,
I thought the 90 days of celibacy was for the SA to work on non-sexual intimacy and to learn that they can live without sex.
My SAfWH is going to his first 12 step today. I don't want the 90 days to be like that! I know we are supposed to work on our own issues, but I don't understand how detaching can help.
Sorry, I am new too this so I might be misunderstanding things.


I'm 33
He's 31
Recovering from SA
4 kids
D-Day 01-06-11 (Husband confessed sex 2x in 2009 with "trashy" girl from the ghetto)
D-Day 2 May 7, 2011 (confessed the rest of the betrayals)

Posts: 234 | Registered: Feb 2011
Mamato3
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Default  Posted: 3:00 PM, May 19th (Thursday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Hi! I've been reading posts and the articles on this site to get some guidance and support. I hate that we're all in this situation, but feel grateful to have others understand it.

After admitting to an EA in September 2010, my husband finally admitted to a PA and more January 31, 2011. (And by the end of that week, we discovered we were expecting our fourth child.)

I thank God we were already in marriage counseling after he admitted the EA. Our counselor suggested that DH might be a sex addict . ..and he went to his first SA meeting that very night. I started S-Anon in early March.

I have days where I find it hard to fathom the thought of having to deal with this disease for the rest of our lives, but having the support of S-Anon and knowing DH is working his program are hugely helpful to me. And this site has been wonderful.

Just introducing myself and saying hi!


Me - BW - 38
Him - FWH (and SA) - 39
2DDs (8&1), 2DSs (6&3)
1st D-day: 09.13.10 (admitted to EA)
2nd D-day: 01.31.11 (admitted to PA; almost two years with CW)
3rd D-day: 02.01.11 (admitted to more)
Working our SA/SAnon program

Posts: 64 | Registered: Sep 2010
momoffive
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Default  Posted: 7:45 PM, May 19th (Thursday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Last night was tough. I told "I hate my life right now".

He replied saying, "You have a job you like, kids that love you, what do I have?"

I answer, "Yup, turn it around to you. Let me say it differently: I hate my marriage and I hate our relationship right now."

I didn't raise my voice. He got angry, defensive and accused me of never forgiving him.

I told him I haven't seen him or felt him be remorseful.

He said he doesn't feel remorse.

It was the same old, same old.

Sigh...

I should add (especially since he accuses me of only saying bad things about him on SI), he goes to the CSAT every week and tonight he did go to his SA group.

I just absolutely hate "us" right now. There is no "us".

[This message edited by momoffive at 7:49 PM, May 19th (Thursday)]


BW 44, SAWH 45(sorry1)
M24 yrs
DD 23,16,13 DS 21, 18
Dday1-7/3/09 EA OW4
Dday2-9/1/09 PA OW4
Dday3 3/14/10 Farmville sexting, OW3
Dday4 3/13/11 Secret texting, would be OW5-she said no
Dday5 8/2/11 PA 10 years ago OW1, kissing 4 years ago OW2

Posts: 1123 | Registered: Jan 2010 | From: Pennsylvania
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Default  Posted: 3:01 PM, May 20th (Friday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

{{{{Mamato3}}}}

My heart goes out to you to be in this situation while you have young children AND are pregnant. Please be very gentle with yourself and rest as much as you can. This is so hard to get through even when your children are old enough to tend for themselves!

I hope the S-Anon group is a good one. I am very grateful to have one I can attend. Reading as much as I can helps, too. Have you seen the RecoveryNation website? It helped me through a really rough patch.

Momoffive, {{{{ }}}} hugs to you, too, as I have found myself saying to myself

"I hate my life right now"
, too. This mess sucks.

Hang in there!


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Mamato3
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Default  Posted: 5:34 PM, May 20th (Friday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Compartmented:
Thank you so much, especially for the hugs and kind words. My SAnon meeting has been a true lifesaver. I hesitated at going, but am so incredibly grateful I did. I'm lucky and found a really wonderful group.

It's really surreal . . . not only the fact that DH had an affair (and more stuff), is an SA, but also that we are also prego. I often feel like I'm in a really badly scripted soap opera.

As I said, I'm nervous about the future, but am hopeful that the programs we're both in and our MC will help us get through this. It's nice to feel some hope finally.

momoffive:
Sending some hugs! That's good that at least he's going to his SA group. I hope that he can come to understand his responsibility and realize some remorse. I hope you can be "us" again very soon.


Me - BW - 38
Him - FWH (and SA) - 39
2DDs (8&1), 2DSs (6&3)
1st D-day: 09.13.10 (admitted to EA)
2nd D-day: 01.31.11 (admitted to PA; almost two years with CW)
3rd D-day: 02.01.11 (admitted to more)
Working our SA/SAnon program

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TooManyYears
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Default  Posted: 6:35 PM, May 20th (Friday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

momoffive,

There are some big red flags here. The 90 day celibacy period is not supposed to be a punishment for either of you. It is supposed to be a period of deprogramming and rewiring the brain. It is supposed to be a time to focus on nonsexual intimacy.

While your WH is going through the motions of seeing the CSAT and attending 12 step, he is in essence a "dry drunk". He is white-knuckling and being an asshole to you because he is not ready to change and is resenting that you are "making" him do this. I am sorry, but he has not hit his rock bottom. I really think you should talk to his CSAT about his behavior. He doesn't seem to have any remorse or ownership of what he has done.

You are right that there is no "us" when you are in a relationship with an addict who is not sober. I don't like to be a downer, but there are many SA's who will never get it and enter a real recovery. Your WH may be one of those, especially if he never hits his rock bottom. I think you need to take steps to detach and gain some emotional clarity. Get some support and counseling for yourself, and become a stronger and healthier person. Staying in this "marriage" for your kids isn't a healthy idea. You DO have options. Take care of YOU!!!


Me- 40
H, rSA- 46
2 young adult children
Married 21 years
Last D-day 9/19/09 (Many before this)

Posts: 496 | Registered: Nov 2009
torn2bits
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Default  Posted: 12:24 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Well hello everyone. I hope all are well. Well.....my SAWH left me at the cellular phone store yesterday, was yelling at me in the store in front of everyone. He left me there. He said enjoy your walk home when I told hime not to come in the store with me. I took a taxi home. He then found out I was not there. At the house he interjected on a call I was on with my sister and told my sister not to give me advice. He left the phone off the hook and hid so my mom and sister could not call me. I didn't know until my sister came by because she was worried. He then send me an email this morning playing victim and said that I keep treating him badly and he will see me in MC tomorrow. Mind you, he had a PA, is still messaging the OW and lies about everything. Verbally abusive to me in private and public. I was sticking it out for my kids, but this is crap. Married 22 years this month. He still goes to church on Sunday to give others communion and sent me flowers, stuffed animals and cards and says he has always been my husband.

Your thoughts....


Me: 44/WH (SA): 49
M: 24 years 3 kids over 10 yrs old
EA/ PA Dec. 2009 -Divorce pending

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TooManyYears
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Default  Posted: 4:57 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

torn2bits,

If your WH is a SA (he has never been diagnosed by a CSAT, correct?) he is NOT in any sort of recovery program, so all the stuffed animals and flowers in the world isn't going to change anything. Neither is MC. In fact going to MC at this stage of the game is ass backwards. If your WH is a SA, he needs to have substantial time in recovery (and so do you) before you even think about MC.

First and foremost, he has to want to change. Continuing an affair doesn't sound like wanting to change to me. And being verbally and physically abusive doesn't sound like change either.

Secondly, and a big IF, if he wanted to change he would need to see a CSAT, do 12 step, and other recovery activities. SA is not just slapping a label on a problem and feeling better about it. It is a lifetime of recovery for the addict and change for the addict and their spouse.

I don't care if you have been married 2 years or 22 years, my advice is always the same. Take care of yourself. Get yourself in IC, get finances in order, and get healthy for you and your children. Obviously, your WH is just going through the motions. Whenever you are ready, leave. Don't stay for the sake of the kids. That is just damaging them.


Me- 40
H, rSA- 46
2 young adult children
Married 21 years
Last D-day 9/19/09 (Many before this)

Posts: 496 | Registered: Nov 2009
torn2bits
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Default  Posted: 7:24 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Too Many Years, right on all counts. He has not seen a CSAT. He is seeing an addiction/12 step specialist. He will not admit to even having a problem. He says he is being treated for depression. Yes, he is still messaging the OW and treating me like dirt.

I filed for D last August and we were on a 6 month R track from that proceeding, however, this is no reconciliation.

Even tonite he is mean to me. Have any of you experienced these horrible things he is doing? Controlling behavior to an extreme?

MC is just for talking without the kids there. We are not "working" on the M. We just need a safe environment because he has anger issues. The police were called to the house when we talked before because he gets so out of control.

Gosh, I am lost right now and know what I need to do but am just sorry and sad for the loss and my kids.


Me: 44/WH (SA): 49
M: 24 years 3 kids over 10 yrs old
EA/ PA Dec. 2009 -Divorce pending

Posts: 1240 | Registered: Apr 2010 | From: Midwest
knutz
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Default  Posted: 7:49 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Hi everyone,

I have not posted for a while -- I needed to take a break as I was triggering from reading other people's posts. Also have been dealing with my 11 yr old DD who has severe OCD, and anxiety. Had to put her on meds and started taking some myself because my depression about RSA got so bad. If anyone is thinking about taking meds -- they really helped me deal with the mind movies and triggering.

my Dday was about 15 months ago, and I can say that the second year is almost worse than the first! My RSA is doing everything right: 12-step, IC, MC, transparency,being more "present" with the kids, and a BIT more communicative. But -- the process of him "feeling my pain" and showing true emotions is agonizing. It is like living with a piece of ice. I still love him, but I am feeling like I can never forgive him, that I can never be intimate again with him. I gave him the gift of reconciliation -- I felt like there has to be SOMETHING in this for me at the end of this process. It is just so slow . . .

Does anyone else feel this way? Like you are making progress on yourself, but you feel like you are waiting for him to "get it"?

Sorry for rambling . . .

I was wondering if anyone has heard from 7yrsbetrayed? I have not seen any posts from her since March. I hope she is OK.

You are all so strong and I really value everyone's opinion. I thank God every day that I found this site.


Together 23 years
Married 20 Years
BW (me) 48
FWH: 49 (rSA)
2 children, 9 & 12
DDay: December 27, 2009
"Life is not what it is supposed to be. It is what it is. The way we cope with it is what makes the difference". Virginia Satir

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momoffive
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Default  Posted: 8:29 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Wow Knutz... I could have written your post. Well, everything except the "bit of communication". With us, there is none.

This week, I started a new journal. It's going to be about "me". I've begun seeing the partner to SAWH CSAT who deals with the spouses and this week I signed up and read through my first lesson on Recovery Nation.

I am beyond frustrated with SAWH... and with our sons upcoming graduation where SAWH whore is going to be, I'm really stressing and feeling so much anger and hatred.

I know that's not healthy for me, but it's all so overwhelming. I don't know if I want to burst out crying or scream every filthy word under the sun.

And I hate to admit it, but I think to myself "of how good it would feel" to take a couple of nasty hard-hitting swings at the whore. Split her lip right open. The lips that had NO PLACE on my husband. Give her some swollen black eyes. Eyes that had NO PLACE seeing my husband naked and with an erection.

Okay... I know right now I'm really struggling... pretty pathetic to all of you. But as the day looms when I have to be in the same room with the ugly pathetic whore, I know I won't react in any way that would bring shame to my family or jail time for me. I will not be the next one profiled on the show "Snapped". I will hold my head up high and be the one with integrity and morals knowing she does not.

What really hurts is SAWH wants to hear nothing about what I'm struggling with. In fact the other month actually posed a question on SI about if and when I'll stop being mean to the whore and stop referring to her as a whore.

My thinking is some people are doctors and treat people using their hands. Some people are teachers and use their knowledge to instruct others and then there are those who spread their legs for anyone... the typical whore. Yup, we have one living just a few miles from us. She is what she is...

[This message edited by momoffive at 5:07 AM, May 24th (Tuesday)]


BW 44, SAWH 45(sorry1)
M24 yrs
DD 23,16,13 DS 21, 18
Dday1-7/3/09 EA OW4
Dday2-9/1/09 PA OW4
Dday3 3/14/10 Farmville sexting, OW3
Dday4 3/13/11 Secret texting, would be OW5-she said no
Dday5 8/2/11 PA 10 years ago OW1, kissing 4 years ago OW2

Posts: 1123 | Registered: Jan 2010 | From: Pennsylvania
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Default  Posted: 9:52 PM, May 23rd (Monday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

@dayatatime..I can address this issue for you. We have had this problem too. It's called sexual anorexia. It has to do with the addict figuring out how to engage in sex as a healthy activity between two emotionally attached adults rather than the diseased act of an addict. Time, good counseling and education for the two of you is very beneficial to change the dynamics and bring back the spark. In the meantime, do lots of cuddling, lots of hugging and kissing and try not to put any pressure on either of you.
PM me if you need to. This is a long, but worthwhile journey.


Me-BS-59
HIM-SAFWH-63
Damn autocorrect is responsible for the silly errors, sorry!

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momoffive
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Default  Posted: 5:03 AM, May 24th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

What an explosive morning. My eyes are puffy and red and I leave for work in a little over an hour.

I can't do this. I can't do this.

How do you live with SAWH when they're not remorseful. If they do "apologize", all you get is "I'm sorry".

How do you live with SAWH when they're in the same room as you but they don't talk with you?

How do you live with SAWH sleeping in your bed, but "being worlds apart"?

How do you live with SAWH when they yell at you "because "you don't listen when I say I'm sorry"?

How do you live with SAWH when they make no effort to communicate with you?

How do you live with SAWHwhen they want to live like everything is OK, when it's not?

How do you live with SAWH when you are hurting so much by what he's chosen to do?

How do you live with SAWH?

[This message edited by momoffive at 5:10 AM, May 24th (Tuesday)]


BW 44, SAWH 45(sorry1)
M24 yrs
DD 23,16,13 DS 21, 18
Dday1-7/3/09 EA OW4
Dday2-9/1/09 PA OW4
Dday3 3/14/10 Farmville sexting, OW3
Dday4 3/13/11 Secret texting, would be OW5-she said no
Dday5 8/2/11 PA 10 years ago OW1, kissing 4 years ago OW2

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Default  Posted: 8:47 AM, May 24th (Tuesday), 2011View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

momoffive,
Every one of your statements apply to my life too. Sometimes it becomes overwhelming to realize what we are dealing with. Unfortunately, unless the WS is willing to look at themselves and make the changes, then our lives can go on like this forever.
I think we all know the 'answer', leaving the SAWH, but so many of us are trapped in the situation. Due to finances, kids, elderly parents or whatever. A lot of people tell me, 'if you really wanted to leave, you would find a way', 'you would live in a box if you get tired of it'. Most people who say these things are not in "OUR" situation and their comments just add to our pain. Now we feel guilty for not getting out.
I know part of the answer is detaching from your SAWH but that is almost impossible when you share a home. I'm trying to do that now, but it ends up making me feel crazy. I don't know what 'normal' is anymore. I don't know how to feel love anymore. Somedays I want to die, somedays I wish he would die.

I don't know the answer to our dilemma. It feels like this is going to be my situation for the rest of my life.

I will say a prayer for both of us.

WU


BW me 60(naive until 3/30/07 Dday)
WH 60(PA w/SIL PA with neighbor, 100's of EAs,chat rooms, M 1969
Multiple Ddays over the past 4 yrs (about prior infidelities, not new ones) My Gut says WH Has cheated thruout M

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