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Group Therapy: Must I Tell Him Everything About My Past?

This question comes from a Group Therapy post in our TrèsSugar Community. Add your advice in the comments!

I've finally found the greatest guy ever. I've known him in college as an acquaintance but we never were more than that. Fast forward 3 years post graduation and we somehow are enrolled in the same graduate program on the other side of the country. Things are great, I can see myself marrying him; I am ready to take the next step.

However, my past haunts me. I was sexually abused when I was in college, which my boyfriend knows about. I got therapy and I can deal with that okay. When I moved to my first job after college and began dating a total scumbag, I got pregnant but had a miscarriage. Again, I sought help and learned to deal with it as well.


I really want to tell my boyfriend this, but I'm afraid of his reaction. He's a pretty strong believer in the Catholic faith, but is not a virgin himself. He recognizes we both have a history (he was even engaged before). I don't know if he needs to know, since the whole situation was horrible to go through (basically, the guy who got me pregnant didn't believe me and left, and then I had a miscarriage). I don't want to lose the man I want to marry because of a stupid mistake when I was younger.

Do you think he needs to know?

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