The daughter appears to be showing signs of severe depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. She needs to get into therapy ASAP, but you can t force her to go. She has to realize she needs help and reach out for it (unless she commits some crime or attempts suicide, then the courts can order psychiatric counseling). As far as your husband, if he is the only one to use that computer, or only him and you and obviously you re not the one visiting those sites, you need to confront him about this. If it was merely nudism websites, many of which contain photos of children along with their parents and other adults, those are innocent and perfectly harmless and not worth worrying about. [Assuming you aren t counting simple nudity as pornography] since you found actual pornography and apparent incest in his history (and there are a couple sites like that which call themselves "nudist" and are anything but), this is a major problem. If there s a chance someone else is visiting those sites (and unwanted pop-ups don t generally make a history entry) then you need to find out who and confront that person. But if you re sure it s your husband. Tell him what you found and demand an explanation. If he tries saying, "I don t know how that got there," you can call bullshït on it; history doesn t magically appear. If he tries saying, "it must be a virus," call bullshït on that; he is probably running a virus scanner, and if he actually had a virus he would have had a professional clean it off of there, and viruses don t go looking up kiddy porn on browsers. If he tries saying, "I accidentally clicked on it and closed it out as soon as I saw what it was," you can call a huge steaming load of horseshït on that because an accidental visit to a site would result in 1 (ONE) instance of it in the history, and the person would probably clean the browser history immediately after that. You probably won t receive an answer that s satisfactory on any level and will need to make some decisions. You could insist on counseling, both marriage counseling and him getting psychological counseling to rid him of his sexual interest in children. If he refuses, tries passing the blame or denying it, tries blaming you, or otherwise doesn t take responsibility for his actions, you would be fully justified to pack your bags and leave. Even if you re pushing 50, that doesn t mean you should be stuck in an unhappy marriage with a man who you had no idea was a pervert. If he threatens you in any way at any time, diffuse the situation and then call the police immediately. At the very least they can protect you while you pack your things and get out, but even more so they will probably be interested to see what s on your husband s computer. Do not ignore this situation.