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To make a long story short- our relationship increased to the point that I made a sober, conscious decision to sleep with him. Which is now a decision that I regret so badly. He says he loves me and wants me to leave my boyfriend. I love my boyfriend and don't want to leave him. The guy I slept with is begging me to not tell. He says it will cause problems for him because they hang out with the same circle of people. I am torn whether or not I should confess. I know what I did was wrong and I feel terrible about it. I know for a fact if I tell my boyfriend, he will leave me. He has made it clear that he has no tolerance for that kind of thing. I also know if I don't tell him, he will never find out. I'm not sure if I can live with myself if I don't tell him. I will feel that I have "tricked" him into being with me and that our relationship will be built upon a lie. But I also can't bare the thought of him leaving me. As hard as it may seem to believe, I really love him and care about him. I had a moment of weakness. I know that what I have done is wrong and selfish, so please don't waste your time telling me that. I just need your opinion on to tell or not to tell. Please.
Couple therapy isn't a great idea when you have done things that will likely end your relationship it your partner finds out. I think it's best to not attempt to manipulate the outcome, it's beyond your control. What I'm saying is, your boyfriend may not want this relationship after he finds out, therapy is a waste if he isn't committed.
just wanted to show realy that sometimes a risk or change can be good.
I have fun dating. I like it. I don't see everyone as 'this is the one forever' on the first date. But come on, how much longer can someone go on not having something steady? Especially with all the games that go on, who wants to spend (waste) time on dating for too long at a time? Dating is fun for people who don't know what they want or haven't played the field still trying to figure themselves out. I know exactly what the **** I want at this point.
The question is and one all of us vets should think about is - would be we prepared to shed all this armor, all these boundaries, all this thick skin if we met someone truly special? Open ourselves up unconditionally. Open ourselves up to soul crushing vulnerability? I dunno - it is a good question and one I'm experiencing right now. For me, it is the living in the moment - the assumption that this relationship might only last another minute, or hour, or day but I'm going to enjoy every second of it while it lasts. No expectations.
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