Most Helpful Guy
You need to be 100% pretty sure is not good enough. And you need to have tangible proof. The reason is because he can deny deny deny. I believe you but, this is a big accusation and if your wrong you can ruin things. Just make sure, as much as it may kill you find out before you go through with the wedding. Good luck2
Most Helpful Girl
-Confront him about the issue.
-Do not get married.
-Marriage begins with honesty not deception.
What proof do you have of him being disloyal?
Is this pure accusation or do you have solid proof?
If you have solid proof present that to him.
It's one thing for someone to cheat.
It's another to keep hiding the secret... and only confess because you were caught.
Someone that confesses only when caught... how could I ever regain trust for that person again? They have not even the slightest feeling of guilt.
You have to decide whether you want to continue this relationship with your fiancé or not (whether he admits to it or not).
If he says he has not cheated on you.
You must ask yourself, "Why do you not trust him?"
A relationship cannot exist without trust.0