Watch out for anything he says or does that makes you think twice—i.e.
inappropriate comments off the bat, acting overly familiar too quickly, anything that sets off your instincts.
Second, it’s a mistake to take their actions as indictments about yourself.
You are a not a reflection of your husband, you are you.
Third, your marriage is not over, unless you choose it to be. You must change your behaviors of thought, feeling, speech, and actions. Reading a book or two, even one of mine, will likely not be enough. When you discover your husband is using online dating sites you will automatically assume the worst, imagining he is following through, and meeting other women. That is probably not happening, but it is not too late for your marriage, even if he is.
Pro: There are great people online (I have found them, know them, and am one of them).
But my top priorities were getting some vision rehabilitation training so that I could live more independently.
I also was laser focused on getting back to work and getting my overall health back to normal.
The problem is, you cannot tell the difference at first.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says that 1 in 5 children are sexually solicited online.
According to Match.com, 1 in 5 relationships begin online. It could be your worst nightmare or a dream come true.
If we caution our teenagers, children, and young women to stay away from strangers they meet on line, does it then make sense to turn around and encourage them to do just that—meet strangers online? I have read the news stories of girls going missing after meeting up with men they met online.
These men lied about their ages, their locations, and their intentions.