Help!! I slept with my brother-in-law a week to my wedding. Should I confess or keep quiet?
Kuje Samuel Abimiku
Jan. 21, 2020
My name is Uyai, I'm from Akwa Ibom State. I and my husband Tony met in UNILAG, we were both in final year as at that time. We started dating almost immediately. We dated for all through final year and NYSC.
After our NYSC, Tony asked me to be his wife and I accepted. My joy knew no bounds considering the fact that he was and still is the love of my life.
As at the time we got engaged, I hadn't met any of his family members. We only spoke on phone occasionally. Tony told me he had a twin brother who was also going to be his best man.
Six months after we got engaged, we did our traditional marriage, but his twin brother wasn't present as he had an examination in another state at the said date.
Tony and I got married traditionally and even started to live together. Everything was going on well.. Tony is a loving and caring man, he's been wonderful to I and my family members.
He doesn't keep secrets, in fact he hated secrets. He'd always tell me that in marriage there should be nothing that your partner doesn't know of. L
On Saturday evening, I went for my friend's birthday party alone because my husband wasn't in town. I got in a bit drunk. I stumbled as in entered into the house, someone helped me up and took me into my room. As soon as we were inside, I started making out with the person and he responded. I didn't know it was my husband's twin brother.
It was while we were making out I noticed the way he touched me was different and he was moaning out my name, my husband never did that. I jumped up immediately and called out my brother-in-law's name, he answered.
He started begging that he was sorry and that it was the handwork of the devil. He said we should keep it between ourselves as he wasn't going to tell my husband and I shouldn't tell him too.
My wedding is in a week time, I'm confused as to what to do. Should I tell my husband? Should I keep quiet? What if my brother-in-law starts blackmailing me years later? I'm confused.
Please help me!!
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