On the other hand, your abusive behavior may contribute to her only trusting those who abuse. In Conclusion. This would be about taking full and complete responsibility for what happened. Stay with validating how she was confused by your behavior. Why was it morally wrong?
How long of a period did I groom this person before I started the abuse? Don't just rush through answering the questions. How many times did this happen? Did you sneak into the place? This would be about taking full and complete responsibility for what happened.
Writing Clarification Letters is only one part of a whole process of life change you go through treatment. Your partner may believe that her shortcomings caused you to offend the relationship in the way that you did. What physical damage was done? Did it happen in multiple places? Give several clear examples of acting out before you met your partner.
Clarify that your behavior, which triggered a negative response, is all about you and not about her.
Why I Abused? Example: you may have used depression, anger or busyness to deflect attention away from your addiction. How many times did this happen? To answer many of the questions you should be writing at least one long paragraph or several long paragraphs What Happened? It is possible that your partner feels uncertain and even guilty about her response or reaction to disclosure of your sexual acting out behavior.