I kissed my friend’s husband and now I want memory-suppression treatment | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I FEEL so awful about kissing my best friend’s husband that I want memory-suppression treatment.

I’ve read this is possible and I really want to block out what happened so I can move on with my life.

I’m 34 and my best friend is the same age. Her husband is 37.

He’s a big flirt and I’ve always resisted him, until that evening. I was feeling low and he caught me off guard.

I was very drunk and fell against him in the hall, and we ended up kissing.

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I have a boyfriend, and I feel bad for cheating on him too.

This is preying on my mind so much, I can’t sleep.

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DEIDRE SAYS: There are some medical ways of suppressing traumatic memories, but they’re not in common use.

Rather than trying to forget – which won’t erase what happened – you’d be better off forgiving yourself.


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Your best friend’s husband shouldn’t have kissed you. You had a moment of weakness and won’t do this again.

Please talk to someone so that you can work through your feelings.
My support pack on Counselling has details.

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