For that matter, based in his track record? In her shoes, I would be concerned that he would lie to me about important things, since he had already proven he can lie about what some consider insignificant. See how that works? Call it an "assumption", call it an "educated guess". The point is they BOTH are not ready to marry, and they should not stay together. I am just not quick to jump to the conclusion that she ran straight to the ex. Maybe she did, maybe she didn't. Whether she contacts him first or vice versa, they should talk, and part ways. JMO
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Again, I did immediately confessed to what I had done, showed all emails including those with my friend, and even gave her the phone number to her if she wanted to verify the story. You are right in that I shouldn't have lied in the first place, but I did confess and was forthcoming with all information.
Secondly, You are all right in that we shouldn't get married. The information I discovered on the phone was not confessed or presented to me before my marriage proposal to her. I know for a fact that if I had done the same thing to her A) She wouldn't have accepted my proposal B) She would have probably tried to hurt me in some way
Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. - Arthur Conan Doyle
Truth of the matter is this: I admitted my lie immediately, and as stated before it was over some insignificant. @Mari
cha: you stated that you would be concerned "that he would lie to me about important things, since he had already proven he can lie about what some consider insignificant". I can see your point, but I also counter that I immediately confessed and presented all evidence to verify the transaction.
My question to you is this: Should I not be concerned about this thing she has withheld that is major?