Only if you want to start up some problems for the both of you. Maybe he cheated too, is that what you both want to focus on? keep your energy focused on the good and what is going right not the bad and what could go wrong.
If you do - be prepared for his logical response, and that he could very well sue for divorce. I'm not telling you what to do, but don't expect him to say, "Gee Honey - thanks for being honest with me . . . I love you even more!".
Yes," By all means you should break the good news but Please Reserve me a Front Row Seat ," I'd hate to miss the romance afterward !!! No No No Never Trouble Trouble Til Trouble Troubles You !!! PS. You obviously love him or you'd a told him long before now!! Silence is Golden
Yes , I think so , We as human beings all make less than perfect decisions , We all make mistakes , It's only a matter of Whether you can handle your own guilt for your own decisions , But in a relationship , in my opinion If your not honest Then you have created an auroa of Fantasy , by hiding things , In my opinion , that would make your significant other , forced into living a life that isn't as it appears , And then if he did ever find out It would plant a seed of doubt , In your whole relationship . In my opinion , honesty is the only way .
Never never never! If you do you are ending your relationship as you know it. If you do it it will be selfish to relieve your conscience but it will be instead to hurt him and your relationship. Find a way to charitable relieve your conscience . Forgive yourself, learn from it, You won't regret it
If you know that you really love each other, and that you meant what you said in your wedding vows, then be honest with him. Tell him that it was a tough time, and that you weren't thinking things through. You were mad at him, and so you did what you did. But, it always feels better when you tell the truth, it takes a load off. I hope I helped!