When I recently found out my wife had an affair, it was an explosion of emotions for both of us. After the event, she has assured me that she will never see or talk to him again and she will do whatever it takes to work on our marriage and regain my trust. We are currently in the process of finding a therapist to begin the process. Because we mutually have agreed to work on the marriage and she has agreed to end the affair, we also agreed that this will remain between us and only us (with exception of her 2 friends that already knew). I felt that this was the right thing to do, as I know my family would immediately tell me to leave her and that she doesn't deserve me, etc. If we ever did repair our marriage, her relationship with my family would likely never recover. Anyway, I have been reading some sites on the web where experts state it is essential to expose the affair to all so she has to live with the fact of what she did. This would give that extra assurance that she would not cheat again. What are everyone's thoughts on this subject?
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