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I cheated on my boyfriend and want to come clean. Is confessing this selfish or selfless?

  • I cheated on my boyfriend and want to come clean. Is confessing this selfish or selfless?

  • Ask yourself: Are you unhappy in or out of the bedroom? If you love your guy (and you practiced safe sex), communicate your needs; maybe you two can work things out. Confessing rarely helps. Most men can’t handle the thought of their girlfriend with another guy, and his ego will likely be bruised irrevocably. But if you think your problems are un-fixable and that you may cheat again, it might be best to end the relationship.


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