Sex Addicts Use 3 Different Lying Patterns To Fool Their Wives!!

Sex addiction is a serious problem, and in order to conceal it, addicts begin lying to their spouses. Sex addicts lie in three ways in order to avoid getting detected. And, sure, they do destroy the relationship. If your spouse is a sex addict, here are some things you should know about how to stop him or her from lying.

Denial

Even if you have photographic evidence, their initial reaction is denial. The defensive mechanism kicks in full force and the lengths people will take to seem innocent may be mind-boggling. They will be unable to accept the truth due to their feelings of shame. They will be unable to look you in the eyes, will constantly touch his face while speaking, or will completely retreat and refuse to respond.

Gaslighting

This is the second stage or the second way out for them and it might make you go wild! You’ll be driven insane by the psychological trickery. He or she will act like crazy, raise his or her voice, become angry while rejecting the truth, and in another case, he or she may even add details to the lie with such precision that it will appear genuine and you will surely believe it!

Self-denial

Many people, especially addicts, enjoy being in their own bubble. This is persistent lying, and they begin to believe their own falsehoods. Don’t be surprised if they say, “I never do such things.” She or he may be unable to separate their marital lives from their falsehoods, and the realities are frequently merged. If the third situation occurs, be more patient if you want them to heal via therapy because it will take much longer.

Accept assistance, first speak with him or her, and do not lose patience. It is an addiction, not a simple case of dishonesty. Do not believe talks such as “If you really know me (the true me), you would leave me.” Challenge it by asking them to first describe what they are going through. Do not lash out since the deception was based on the expectation that you would.

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