Q&A How Do I Find a Credible Polygrapher in My Area and Should I Use One?

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My husband is an extremely good liar and manipulator. He hid a sexual affair from me for 9 years and I had no clue. Since finding out about his most recent affair he spent 3 1/2 months after D-Day denying, lying, doing trickle truth, and changing the story tons of times. He was scheduled for a polygraph, but the night before he hit me with so many trickle truth bombs I couldn't take anymore and cancelled the test. Shortly after that I decided I could no longer continue in the marriage and filed for divorce. That is when he supposedly decided to give his life to God and was compelled to tell me the whole truth. Even after supposedly disclosing the whole truth he has admitted to things and then later will take it back and say that he only admitted because the way I explained my take on the affair made sense and was believable. He will also "admit" to things about the affair when I'm asking questions to shut me up or because he thinks that's what I want to hear and then later he says it wasn't the truth. I don't know what to believe anymore and feel stuck. I don't think I will ever get the answers I need to move forward and feel like I have no choice but to give up and move on for my own sanity.

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