Our expert says:
Are you saying that felings of guilt abou past misbehaviour is now troubling you, and interfering with your current relationship ? Seeing a sensible counsellor could be a good idea, because it is important to learn what needs to be learned from past mistakes, but then to apply those lessons to the future, not makingg the same mistakes again. And a counsellor could help you decide how to tackle the isue of what and how to tell your curretn partner, about the past.
I don't know what exactly you did in the past, but what matters is that it is in the past. It happened, but focussing obsessively on it and on the past rather than on constructing a better future is pointless. Work with a counsellor, preferably one using CBT methods, to free yourself of this burden and to reconstruct a better and more positive ( and wiser ) future.
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