How to Confess Porn Addiction to Your Spouse

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Happy 2016! I took 3 weeks off from scoping due to the holidays (and honestly, I was a bit emotionally drained), but now I’m back!

The new year often seems like a clean slate, time to get in with the new and out with the old. And confession is like a cleaning out of the soul, isn’t it? It’s so good to confess our sins, right? To stop living a lie and engage with the truth of Jesus.  But when we confess our porn use and addiction, our spouse may not see the clean slate. Here’s a scope on how you can confess your addiction to your spouse in a loving, caring way.

*NOTE: KatchTV originally stored all these Periscopes, but KatchTV is now shutting down. I transferred them to YouTube, but they are not perfect. So, if you can just ignore my head expanding randomly, you can still catch all of what I said.

2 thoughts on “How to Confess Porn Addiction to Your Spouse”

  1. I finally confronted my husband. After finding his sex toys, and the mess he is leaving from his porn and masturbation, he keeps his iPhone locked, (I call his iPhone his girlfriend). (I’m very jealous of it to, I have to admit) About a year and a half ago I found the evidence. The only thing that has changed is, he’s not using toys on himself anymore. He won’t admit to it being a problem or addiction. Meanwhile I’m in a sexless marriage, with a high sex drive to. :’-(…

    1. I am so sorry, Sherrie. Porn addictions can be so devastating and my heart hurts for you. I know that God so desires to meet you in this place of hurt and let you know that He sees you, your pain, and He longs to bring healing and restoration to y’all individually and your marriage. Know that your husband’s porn addiction is no reflection on you. God has designed you beautifully and intricately and He has NOT given you the job of fixing this problem. I pray that He would continue to knock on your husband’s heart and turn him from this darkness to light.

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