Dating someone who was sexually abused as a child

09-Feb-2020 22:43 by 5 Comments

Dating someone who was sexually abused as a child

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You will be the nice guy for a while and then you will find yourself yelling or even worse someday.Then she told me about her affair that happened 2 years into our marriage. After 6 months of insanity and seeing someone in her I had never seen before I left the house.The day before signing the divorce papers I pushed her hard for answers and she broke down and told me.But I can tell you this from the bottom of my heart, my current wife and late wife, both victims of childhood sexual abuse, are two of the finest women I've ever known, and being a part of each of their lives has been a wonderful blessing for me. It will NEVER be overcome without professional therapy.It should be noted, especially in this particular thread, that I didn't meet these women until they each were in their 40s, so they both had 30 years to recover from the abuse before I knew them. I found out about her being abused bi her step-grandfather when she was 10 only two weeks before our marriage.I feel responsible for her in some way, because her family could not give a damn and just want money. Ive been married to a woman that was sexually abused by her father and I just found out after 15 years of living hell. In fact have also now discovered that there is incest in her whole family.

I have fallen in love with someone else and came back because she could not cope and neglected our children. Family incest is not some thing you hear about every day. Family incest is not some thing you hear about every day.

I feel responsible for her in some way, because her family could not give a damn and just want money. Why did your wife not talk to you about what had happened to her as a child? Why did your wife not talk to you about what had happened to her as a child? I had an affair with a woman I worked with after a year.

This was the first time that this had ever happened to me and I told my wife. I broke it off and we went for counseling and Imargo therapy.

Like she felt that she didn't deserve it or something.

You are not the mouse that removes the thorn from the Lion's paw. She will always be the type that is expecting you to abuse her.

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