It can be great, it can be happy, but it can also be hard.
finds pornographic messages being sent between his wife and another man via a social network.
He paused, smiled, and looked down for a moment to thoughtfully consider his response.
His eyes shot back up and looked directly at us as he simply said, "Forgive quickly." I had enough self-awareness on that day to know this would not come easily to me.
If there were ever a place where I would feel justified to harbor bitterness and keep a tab on the ways I had been wronged, it would be within marriage. It requires a level of vulnerability that opens the door for deep hurt; and letting go of those wounds was going to require more change than I would like to submit to.
My husband revealed his struggle to me just a few months before we were married and it has been a part of our lives ever since. Though this struggle is hard, your marriage is worth it.
Not that my husband is actively involved in pornography any longer, but just as alcoholism is a struggle with no cure, so is the addiction to pornography. Is it something worth fighting against if the urges and temptations will always be there and the “happily ever after” doesn’t completely exist? Just as you would fight hard to prevent alcoholism or drug addiction, fight just as hard against the battle of pornography. Here are 5 ways that pornography can hurt your marriage.