the guilt inside me is so strong i dont know how to look him in the eyes but i know if i tell him itll break his heart.
this will NEVER happen again, i have no idea what happened with me but as soon as i sobered up and relaized what i had done i couldnt stop crying
Most Helpful Guy
I'd want to know, so that I could leave her.
I don't care if it was an accident, or not. I have zero tolerance for cheating, and anyone who let themselves get into a situation where they got drunk, and cheated, obviously isn't responsible enough with alcohol to control themselves.
Done deal, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.
I apologize if that seems harsh, and I don't intend it as a personal attack against you. I realize that you feel guilty, but maybe you can use that guilt as a way of assuring that it will never happen to the next guy you date, 'cause I would still leave you.1
Most Helpful Girl
Tell him. He deserves to know. He has a right, as a human being with limited time on this Earth, to make an informed choice about whom and what he wants to commit large amounts of energy and time to. You taking away that right for your own benefit makes your wrong even more disgusting, sleazy, and tactless.1