If your husband’s response to frustration in the marriage is to step outside of the marriage, even if it is just online, your relationship is broken at the foundation.
You are right to feel like you don’t want to take this anymore. Any time a partner in a relationship is engaged in sexual behavior with another person that he doesn’t want his life partner to know about (virtual, on the phone, or in person), this is infidelity.
Instead of squashing the hurtful situation, he amplified it.
By sending naked pictures to strangers, your husband is putting himself, you, and your family at risk for everything from public humiliation to blackmail.
____You haven’t even had your first date yet and he’s already asking you your favorite position. It’s nearly every single time you start a conversation with a prospective date. If you’re not interested in a man once he brings up sex too early on, have a good standard response ready, one that reflects your boundaries.
That being said, I know it’s important for people to speak their truth and that part of that truth is not just communicating your lack of interest but that you find such talk so early on offensive. You get to decide what interests you, what you’re comfortable with, and what attracts you.
His reaction was unfair, cold, and mean considering that he is the one who betrayed your relationship.
I don’t have any suggestive pics or content on my profile.. Never mind the 3 date rule, you suddenly find yourself wondering if maybe a 3 text rule needs to be implemented before sex is brought up. It’s insulting and it’s a turnoff and when you’re dating online, it seems to be happening all the time. I hear that you want to feel respected and seen as a woman. Is talking about sex off the table until the first date? I get that you want to educate him about what really interests a woman.He said because I was putting pressure on him and that it was hard for him to be the only "bread winner" in our household and that I've been making him very upset lately.Yes I admit I am wrong for going on to my husband's page but when I get a feeling that he's up to something, I always end up being right.You both need relationship and communication skills if you are to rebuild any kind of trust. Please take time to care for yourself in the midst of all of this. And yes, your husband has lost his right to have a facebook page but that is not what will solve this problem.My queen, I will hold a vision of you being whole and being loved.You have to be really clear on that and set your boundaries accordingly. That only means you won’t be meeting the men you are incompatible with and that’s not really a loss.