When I say tell, I mean put the evidence in her hands. I have gone back and forth on this. It has been 10 weeks since I confronted my wife and his wife still doesn't know. To be honest I feel complicit in a way for being a part of their secret, it just seems unethical to me to keep the truth from her. Part of me wants revenge, because I want the O/M to suffer the consequenses of what hes done. But then I think of his wife and how she would feel. Should I call the O/M and tell him that if he doesn't tell her I will? Do I go straight to her? Or is this something that is truely between the two of them? Do I trust that the truth will come out eventually? What is the least destructive way for her to find out?
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