You have some great advice here, there isn't anything I would add. Good luck dear

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Set aside the issue of how you did not share this with him to begin with - this shape so much of you. The safest way for you and the fairest way to him is to share this in the confines of a good therapist’s office. You will doubtless breakdown (how could you not- the injury will be compounded emotionally by the relief of releasing the burden of hiding this from him) and a therapist can buffer the flood of emotions you both will experience. This is very doable with love, respect and guidance. Don't be hurt if your husband is angry, sad, confused or all of the above. He will view some of your relationship with these new facts in mind and he is entitled to time to adjust. . I wish you both health and luck.

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You need to be honest with him. The longer your leave it the more painful it will be to say.

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You be honest, as hard as it seems to be, once you start opening up it will all fall into place. I commend you for your strength, and your admission to recognizing this. That in itself is a difficult realization.

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If he knows you at all, he probably knows that you are in emotional pain. If you cannot talk to him directly leave a handwritten note explaining what happened and what you need from him to help you. Another approach might be to start therapy and bring him to your second session . . . a good therapist can help you open up and can mediate if you are afraid he will be mad about not knowing before you were married.

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Just go for help and tell him. He'll he happy you took the initiative.

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