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It's appropriate that my story of redemption happened in 2020, the year of Coronavirus. During a time when the whole world was putting on a mask to save lives, I was taking mine off to save my own life. Just a few weeks before a pandemic locked down the entire country, I was blackmailed by a prostitute that I had visited in Chicago on a business trip. By the time I left her hotel room, this woman and her partner had already found my wife's contact info. Several hundred dollars later, I made it out of that room and was able to carry on with my day. But once the money dried up, this couple had…mehr

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It's appropriate that my story of redemption happened in 2020, the year of Coronavirus. During a time when the whole world was putting on a mask to save lives, I was taking mine off to save my own life. Just a few weeks before a pandemic locked down the entire country, I was blackmailed by a prostitute that I had visited in Chicago on a business trip. By the time I left her hotel room, this woman and her partner had already found my wife's contact info. Several hundred dollars later, I made it out of that room and was able to carry on with my day. But once the money dried up, this couple had no use for me and hit the nuclear button, calling Amy and telling her about my visit, sharing incriminating pictures. This set off a wild chain of events in the weeks ahead that ultimately led me to unmask all of my sexual sins to God and to Amy. Nobody ever signs up to tell a story like this. Quite the opposite actually. A lot of people addicted to porn, sex, drugs and alcohol do what I did: spend years and years of energy trying to stuff my sins deep inside me so they would never get out. My mask was on so tight that I didn't take it off for anyone. I was first exposed to porn at the age of 9. From that moment, it grabbed hold of my life and didn't let go. It ruined one marriage and very nearly ruined my marriage with Amy. It impacted relationships, friendships and my finances. The good news in all of this, as big of a sinner that I was, God was still waiting for me with open arms. One year after taking off my mask, my old life is gone.
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Neil Getzlow is a writer and new author based in Kansas City, Mo. Neil, and his wife Amy, wanted to share their redemption story with the world in the hope of helping people who might be experiencing the same struggles they have gone through: trying to re-build a marriage in the face of having a spouse (Neil) that was addicted to pornography and infidelity. Visit neilgetzlow.com to connect with Neil.