Should you tell the partner of someone that you were a mistress to their partner?
No dwelling on the past. Old news! Today is a new day.
No, you should not tell someone that you were a mistress to their partner.
I'm not sure if this relationship is over because of the word " were", don't get me wrong, in my opinion only 2 way why you want to tell to a complete stranger, who you are or were, because the man stop and went back to her and you didn't like it. Or your feeling guilty and you want to stop but he don't. Either way, this will be your decision how to do the right thing. ..
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Don't tell the mistress anything; tell the husband! Husbands can say 'no.' You are enabling his behavior by putting up with him having this mistress. As fearful and heart-breaking as it is you are in control of your life so sit down with him and let him know it's either you or her, but you're not sharing.
This is a bit questionable, and complex. When the mistress tell all to the wife, only 2 things that she is thinking. One will be she realize that she is hurting this wife that she didn't know. Or the mistress decided to tell the wife so in case she kick him out, the married man will come to the mistress. Am I right?
first you should never tell her that when having sex set one night and make it romantic dinner at home quiet night no kids after dinner, the two of you sit down and tell her what you like when it comes to sex, tell her your fetish and ask her if she has any make sure you tell her that it's important to you that she understand .
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