Q&A Is My Request for Confrontation Reasonable?

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My husband would lie about me to everyone as part of his sex addiction. He would tell horrible stories about me that were not true or had been exaggerated, twisted, or embellished in ways to make him appear to be a victim this whole time. He also left out all the facts about what he was doing as far as cheating on me, paying prostitutes, abandoning us, and neglecting his wife and children. He has allowed his friends, family, coworkers, and women he has cheated on me with to insult me, call me names, disrespect, and humiliate me. I feel like I need him to make this right in order for me to move on. I need him to confront these people and set things right. He needs to tell them the truth about what he’s done and he needs to defend my honor. Is this a reasonable request?



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