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Should I Admit That I’ve Cheated On My Boyfriend Now That He’s Gone?

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It’s not really about admitting the cheating with the boyfriend after he’s gone but that thing that can be accomplish from admitting the same. If you have separated already, what could be the motivation for you to tell him something that might hurt him further?

The problem is that there are good and not so good reasons for telling him. You’ll have to explore your own motivations to figure out whether telling him or not is a good thing in the end.

The Right Time to Tell him the Truth about your Cheating

1) When there is a need for him to know what went wrong. There is a need for you to inform him that it’s not all his fault. Cheating will put divisions in the relationship. It is definitely the secret that divides you both. It will make him blind not knowing that something is wrong even if he can’t figure out what could it be. This will help him have a bit of closure in knowing the real happening and not wonder at all if he was indeed the real reason for the withdrawal.

2) If you believe that he is hurting because he has knowledge up to some degree and really believes that you have not been truthful with him on the issue. Yes it may seem to be a little too late to save the relationship it is still important for how well you two can relate to one another in the future. This can affect also how he will be able to fare with other relationship as a result.

3) If you believe that his ignorance about it will cause him more harm that having knowledge of the issue. There are times that he simply needs to know. In those times that you were together you could have felt that his knowing could have ended things absolutely. Now that he’s actually gone, you may realize that knowing may have changed the outcome and it still may as long as you are sincere about it.

The not-so Right Time to let him Know about your Cheating

1) When you are telling him in anger, out of spite, or to lash out at him. This is a conversation that needs to be had when you aren’t sifting through a powder keg of emotion. Explore your reasons for letting him know and don’t tell him if it’s out of anger, hurt, jealousy, or fear.

2) If your intention is just to relieve a guilty conscience, then it might be good to keep it within you. Guilt can really be a good motivator, but nothing really good can come out from it unless it is him back with you that you are after of. But when that is not the case for you, then it would be time for you to start learning to live with your guilt else you are faced with the risk of destroying any possibility of friendship the two of you may be able to forge together after everything had simmered down.

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