Juliet says that she and her husband don't want to "upset" the children, so they have avoided telling them they're done for good. Instead, they say that Daddy is "away on business" or "working" when he's not there.
"Secrets are terrible things," says child psychologist Kathleen Doorbar. "They are infectious and destroy families. You develop a culture of keeping things to yourself. Secrets are something all child abusers rely on: 'Don't tell Mommy, or something bad will happen.' What you're doing in this situation is trying to protect them, and you're doing it for all the right reasons, but in the long-term it doesn't work."
Do you think Juliet should tell her kids the truth ... or protect them from it?