Alienation of affection


#1

If he is, as you claim, “sick with a sexual addiction”, then why are you trying to launch a vindictive lawsuit against his female friend? Shouldn’t you be trying to help him get threatment for his illness instead?

You says that you are “humililated beyond words”. Sounds to me like you are just lashing out with a lawsuit becuase you are angry that your husband is looking at porn instead of you.


#2
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[i]Originally posted by ncspouse78[/i] [br]If he is, as you claim, "sick with a sexual addiction", then why are you trying to launch a vindictive lawsuit against his female friend? Shouldn't you be trying to help him get threatment for his illness instead?

You says that you are “humililated beyond words”. Sounds to me like you are just lashing out with a lawsuit becuase you are angry that your husband is looking at porn instead of you.


How rude. Why even post if you are just trying to hurt someone. This is a message board for help not further humiliation. People here have legitimate problems/concerns/questions.

Tommie Lynn:
Sorry to hear you are going through this. Sounds like maybe your husband does have some psychological problems that need to be addressed. I think you should first decide whether you are willing to work this out or if you feel like your marriage is over. It will probably take some soul searching. You have to be 100% confident in your choice. If you then decide you want to end your marriage consult an attorney before you do anything else. Good Luck.


#3
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[i]Originally posted by ncspouse78[/i] [br]If he is, as you claim, "sick with a sexual addiction", then why are you trying to launch a vindictive lawsuit against his female friend? Shouldn't you be trying to help him get threatment for his illness instead?

You says that you are “humililated beyond words”. Sounds to me like you are just lashing out with a lawsuit becuase you are angry that your husband is looking at porn instead of you.



#4
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[i]Originally posted by ncspouse78[/i] [br]If he is, as you claim, "sick with a sexual addiction", then why are you trying to launch a vindictive lawsuit against his female friend? Shouldn't you be trying to help him get threatment for his illness instead?

You says that you are “humililated beyond words”. Sounds to me like you are just lashing out with a lawsuit becuase you are angry that your husband is looking at porn instead of you.


sounds like someone hit a nerve there!

#5

If I were you, I would first talk to my lawyer and see if anything can be done. If you are this worried about your children then I say remove them from the situation. It’s only going to hurt them more if they discover the pictures. You have to think of your children before any lawsuit against the woman. Besides that could take forever and sometimes it’s not even worth it. I’ve learned that once you let things go and stop worrying about what your spouse is doing and take care of your children, you will be much happier.


#6

Dear Tommie Lynn Sullivan:

Greetings. I would hire a lawyer and a PI - preferably ones that work well together. Of course, whether this is financially in your best interests would be the quwest that you need to speak with your attorney about.

Finally, what is innocent about chatting, porn sites, and sending pornographic pictures? When couples agree on porn, no problem. But when porn gets in the way of the marriage, then there is a problem. Best of luck.

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#7

My husband has been conversing with a woman for 7 years on the internet, although I have no proof that they have been together, I have e-mails suggesting that they have. He also sends her pornographic pics of himself. I’ve also learned by finding an e-mail and pic that he has had 2 sexual encounters (orally) with 2 men!!! He obviuosly is sick with a sexual addiction b/c I’ve found pornographic pics that would blow your mind. My question, do I confront him now? Hire a lawyer or PI? We have 3 children 13, 11 &7 and don’t want them to come across this filth. It’s my goal that my 1 son will not be the sick minded individual that his father has become. I not only feel betrayed but am humililated beyond words. I’ve been invovled in so much in our community that this will destroy my chidren. I’m not sure I can keep a happy face on during the holidays and take a trip with him to visit his family. Do you think there is any chance of an aoa suit with the copies of e-mails that he has had with this particular woman since 2004? I know he’s been talking with her since 2000, but I only have copies since Dec. 04. I confronted both at this time and he claimed pure innoncence of just “chatting”. If anyone can help me, please let me know