quote:Originally posted by qty226:quote:Originally posted by TruthSeeker:quote:Originally posted by qty226:
Yes, but what happens if you are not forgiven?
then I guess that's just the price you'd pay for the foolishness you displayed. hopefully, they'd be better the next time.
qty226, that is a niiiiiiiice pic. I mean really, like-what-part-of-the-country-do-you-live-in-nice picture
So you and Gambit........would just tell, and lose everything? Wife/kids, home, etc....?
Why not just go to counseling or something?
Truthseeker, thanks for the compliment ...........I live in hell. lol (Tampa, Florida)
I'll be honest; it's "easy" to answer these scenarios in the abstract. None of us (hopefully) are living this. So, it's easier to say yes, come clean, even with everything on the line.
But wasn't everything on the line, when the person cheated? I'd hope after the confession she'd want to do counseling, but that's probably going to have to be the offended party's call --after they cooled off, I guess.
My decision to come clean probably has as much to do with my conscience as much as anything else. All I'd know is that for my heart to have any chance at "getting my good thang" back like it was, I gotta do something to restore, or at least approximate, the purity that was once there.