I recently caught my husband cheating and I asked him to move out. Now my daughter is losing her mind trying to figure what happened. Should i tell her the truth or What should i do? I really dont want to hurt her or relationship with her father.Answer Question
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I agree with the truth. I tried protecting my daughter for a long time. They will start to make accusations about the problem and it will eat at her even with her not showing you signs. After a yr or two I finally sat my daughter down and told her the truth. I believe as long as you are honest they will trust you and always come to you for advice. After I talked to my daughter she 100% turned around and no longer had questions about the situation. I also told her some of what I was saying may not make sense now, but as you get older you will understand. I also told her to come to me if she ever has questions about it again that I would always be here for her. She no longer has empty questions floating around in her head.
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