You are not alone.
I'm sorry you share the need to be here, but I'm glad you found this site. It means you'll know you're not alone in this world of sex addiction. After my disclosure, I felt an array of emotions: anger hurt, betrayal, but the one that stood out was that feeling of loneliness. It led me to continued isolation and hypervigilance. I made many mistakes during that time and lost my way.
Eventually, the emotions I had been ignoring pushed their way to the surface and I had no choice but to face them. I had to get myself mentally healthy again because what I was doing was only making me feel worse. I want to help people understand that there is hope for healing after disclosure. It takes a lot of hard work, but it's worth it. You're not alone. There are many people who understand what you're going through. I'm one of them. Please feel free to poke around my site and to see how far I've come on my journey, take a peek at the older entries located in the "Old Posts" section. I really do "get it" so please feel free to reach out to me if you need anything, have any questions, or just need a someone to lean on.
Chances are you've just discovered your spouse or partner is a sex addict. Your world may be full of pain and feel chaotic. I want you to know that there is hope. You can recover from the hurt and trauma.Whether you leave or stay, my goal is to help you by sharing my own experiences so you can avoid making my many mistakes.