Toxic Relationships Q&A for Narcissistic Abuse Survivors with Certified Life Coach Angie Atkinson by Angie | Mar 2, 2017 (Visited 279 times, 1 visits today) 1 Comment Jane Anderson on March 3, 2017 at 3:57 pm I think I have learned from you that my husband’s main problem is narcissism. He is also addicted to porn, as this is how he has learned to feel love, through extreme intoxicating , gross sex videos. He went to Sexaholics anonymous, but dropped out after three years or so. Alcoholics know that one cannot drop out of the recovery program, or drop out of counseling, without great risk, so he never really was sober, just a dry drunk. He went back to addiction after experiencing some really bad health issues that needed strong medical treatments. He felt helpless, I suppose, and still being an addict, he went back to addiction actively. I am pretty much detached from him, I don’t think much of him, I am here because there is a nice inheritance for my daughter that I do not want to dig into for an expensive divorce, plus I have the upper hand, as I could tell his only relative, his daughter, the truth about him, although she suspects he is a perv, since when she was young, she opened his briefcase and saw a very gross sex rag. I am on him like a tornado if he trys abusive behavior. Hoe long have I been married? 50 years. I always wished to get out of marriage, but had no support system to help me, as in good relatives, like a Mom who believed that one should stay if one were monetarily supported. I have lots of wounds, am sad alot, but am coping. Reading your blog and listening to you is helping alot and you are so right about everything. Narcissist are not normal! Reply Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.