Two main issues are in play here: honesty and uncommunicated expectations.First, your husband offers an explanation for his behavior that is possible, but not highly believable.When I confronted him, he didn't understand why I was upset.He said that having sex online was harmless and a way to "get off" without breaking his marriage vows (we've been married 10 years). A: This is a situation I see more and more often as the Internet becomes a staple in homes.
This situation underlines the importance of checking in with one's spouse or partner about the various aspects of long-term relationships: finances, in-laws, jobs, children (if any), housekeeping, plans, and sex. So, even though you said your vows and have been together for a while, it sounds like the topic of online chatting and surfing porn sites never came up. Is it emotional cheating to be attached and involved with someone like that online? If you feel any attachment and feel trust in that person and not your own partner, then most certainly that is an emotional affair and / or cheating. I discovered that he's been surfing porn sites and going to chat rooms to have sex with other women online. And unless you have met that other person face to face, then you are being a part of their façade. By Louanne Cole Weston Web MD Answers to Questions Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD Q: I made the mistake of clicking on a little email window that popped up on my husband's computer.People assume that because they are with a person they know pretty well, they also know how their mate feels about these topics. The Next Step Sit down with your husband to have this discussion.So Facebook have launched their new anonymous chatroom app Rooms which is, as previously stated, basically exactly the same as those chat rooms you went on when your parents were downstairs - except it involves emojis.