Often, we see couples soon after an affair has been discovered and emotions are running very high. The disclosure often takes a relationship into a crisis. Often partners want to know every detail; dates, times, what was said, who said what, when did they meet, what were they doing at the time? All these questions come into play and when they do, it is best to be truthful. If any lies are told at this point, trust with be affected all over again. However, if you are the one asking the questions, make sure you are prepared for the pain some of these answers can cause.
This is the difficult part of the process. We will require time and patience as we ride the rollercoaster of emotions you will both experience. When we get past this stage, we can move on to acknowledge the nature of the affair. This is significant as affairs fall into different types of categories.