Our expert says:
Hello Bella --- so sorry to hear about how bad you're feeling. It's always difficult to live with a secret, so this must have been worrying you for some time, in case it came out into the open. and now it has done so. I don't think there is any reason for shame. That your parents weren't able to afford to pay for the wedding happens fairly often. Usually, the family's admit this, and discuss it between themselves, and find a solution, maybe a modest and affordable wedding. I suppose that what your husband was most angry about was discovering that you had not told him about this, and had kept is a secret, when he could have helped to find a solution much earlier.
What you did was not a terrible thing, and has surely been much more difficult for you than for anyone else.
As you admit, he is OK with it now, and is going on as normal ---he has forgiven you. So why won't you forgive yourself ? You did nothing to hurt anyone but yourself, and you were trying to make things turn out as well as possible for everyone else. yes, he does sound like a good husband --- just as you sound like a good wife. You deserve each other. Now talk together again, tell him how awful you feel, and let him confort you. And if there is still money needing to be paid off on the loan, discuss this with him, and decide, together, what's best to do about this
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