1.) he opened the phone bill and gave me the summary page only, i.e.
no phone detail red flag raised, but moved on with my day 2.) he stopped the mail when we went on an annual beach vacation, pro-activity not his strong suit.
That has nothing to do with what level of seniority someone has, so it doesn’t matter that she’s entry-level; if she requesting a reasonable religious accommodation, they’d need to grant it whether she was the COO or the receptionist.But this one is unreasonable, and it would be just as unreasonable coming from the head of the company as it is coming from this person.The disturbing parts were the amount of time spent on the calls, and the fact that they went to local call lines. When I confronted my husband I did so with love for him as I understand addiction and did not want to make him feel ashamed or judged.He was shocked that I had found him out, but offered only a little remorse.I knew he loved me more than I loved him, and knew he would never leave me.
Apparently this is common for those of us with daddy abandonment issues and a history of sexual abuse.
So when the following month’s phone bill came and he again pulled the detail, I put on my private investigators hat and began digging.
I pulled cell phone bills for the prior year and found a large amount of phone calls to 1.800 sex/chat lines. I then found web history of looking at ads on craigs list as well as various phone calls and text to random cell numbers.
And I go from feeling sorry for him, and wanting to help, to not being able to stand being anywhere near him, angry and then to feeling completely numb.
I feel isolated because I don’t have anyone to talk to about all of this.
I’d rather he be addicted to anything other than sex, I think I could get past anything else.