Lisa Bahar, MA, LMFT, LPCC

Infidelity Questions with No Easy Answers- Yes

Generally, it's a good idea with the understanding that you can't control how it will turn out," says Lisa Bahar, a marriage and family therapist in Newport Beach, Calif. "Many times, the build-up in your mind about your partner's reaction is worse than what actually occurs. Ultimately, if your intention is to build trust, then telling will pay off—no matter the outcome."