- Make them take the polygraph or get outVote A
- Kick them out anywayVote B
- Pretend like everything is fineVote C
- OtherVote D
Most Helpful Guy
Polygraph tests aren't reliable.
So no, I wouldn't make them take one, because that's retarded.
Besides, if you evidence, why would you even consider a polygraph, other than to be dramatic and passive-aggressive? Just confront the guy with the evidence already.1
Most Helpful Girl
I'm guessing that you want your spouse to admit and own up to the fact that he's having an affair. To you, this is more about getting closure. I've been through something similar, let me tell you, it doesn't feel any better. The best thing you can do is to ask yourself if you trust him. Despite him cheating on you, will you be able to trust this guy to help you when you're in trouble, take care of you when you're sick, does he care for your family/ friends as much as you care for his. A marriage is not just remaining faithful to one another, it's about becoming best friends, it's about caring for someone more than anybody else. Just think if this guy will do all of this for you and then make your decision. When someone you love lies to you it hurts, the truth hurts even more.1