Up until this, I thought things were okay in our marriage, though of course we haven’t had much couple time with the demands of four children but this discovery has come as a bolt out of the blue.It wouldn’t have been as bad if he was just accessing porn, as I know men do this, but the fact that he was talking to other people has really disgusted me.Some of them don't need help of course, but 27 percent of respondents said they were intimidated by the technology. These days, learning tech can be the difference between connecting to loved ones and becoming isolated.The documentary Cyber-Seniors, available for digital download today, is a funny and touching example of what can happen when young people help seniors learn the tricks of the Internet.I feel a bit betrayed and worry about whether I can trust him.When I spoke to him again about it, he did apologise and said he won’t do it again but he then came out with a load of stuff about how unhappy he was in the marriage, that we never spend time together (which is true), but I don’t think it is fair for him to blame me.
According to a recent survey by the tech support company i Tok, 66 percent of seniors who receive a technology gift (usually a phone or tablet) receive no help with the device.
Moving forward In the aftermath of discovering your husband’s online world, it is perfectly understandable that you might feel disgusted and betrayed and to worry as to how much you can trust your husband.
You might benefit from going to counselling especially if you feel traumatised and need to the help of an impartial listener to process some of the feelings.
The most obvious good is that older adults get the chance to connect with those they love, whether they live a few miles away or the other side of the world. These days people are pretty jaded about Social Media.
But when 89-year-old Shura, made one of the funniest cooking You Tube videos you will ever see, all of the seniors and their young teachers get involved.