What is the general opinion on knowing all the details. I have been reading nonstop and some experts say full disclosure others say it is not necessary. If you are really going to reconcile do you need to know all the gory details? I am feeling right now that I do need to know. I need to process what happened so I can figure out if I can move forward. I also feel like if he is willing to be open and honest with me even though we both know it is going to be painful, we can start to rebuild trust. I do not want to know about the sex, that hurts to much I want to know other things, How did he justify his behavior? What kind of lies did he tell me to cover it up? More of this type of question than how good the sex was. What do you guys think am I causing myself more hurt or will this help me move past this and work towards the future I want.
Thanks so much
Thanks so much
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