Sex is EXTREMELY important to me and I'm not afraid or embarrassed to admit that. It is what I have come to know about myself. Besides being a special bond between my husband and I, it also improves my mood and increases my energy levels (both of which I have troubles with). It is the ONE thing that no one else can give me/share with me other than my husband, and I him for the rest of our lives.
So, MCK, I don't see how you interpret this as your problem. If your both working on marriage issues this should be one of them. It is a marriage problem, a couple's problem.
Personally if my DH was watching porn instead of having sex with me I would smash his computer, phone, dvd's, etc. Whatever the source I would destroy it. Maybe that's not the full answer for your husband's addiction, but I would think that he would begin to understand it's something he needs to take seriously.
I think it's sad that you want your libido to disappear. So many of your answers seem to be "if I could just deal with it things would be fine". That's not how it works (as you're finding out).
Just keep in mind that YOU are important, and what YOU want and desire out of this life IS IMPORTANT.
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