in my situation i've been the cheater, i recently changed a lot of things in my life, one of them was i converted to christianity, the bible states that "Once again you will have compassion on us. you will trample our sins under your feet and throw them into the depth of the ocean!" Micah 7:19 which means god has forgiven me all my sins, i've been going therapy in the congregation and one thing they told me was to take my mind off getting a separation, because the church was against that. i feel, i'm being a hypocrite anyhow, by not being honest to my husband and telling him the truth of what happened, now, i haven't asked that question at church therapy, but where does that come into place in being fair, when i have committed adultery against my marriage which in fact its grounds for separation in christianity weather the other party is or isn't christian, in other words my questions is should i tell my husband the truth about it or should i just not tell him? i carry this guilt every single day of my life, and it's eating me alive, i feel like a worthless loser. our marriage is on the rocks as it is.
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