I told something to my girlfriend that I thought was true (regarding marriage), that thing I told her made her feel more confidant in our relationship.
This was like 2 months ago, early in our relationship (now a little over 3 months).
I have recently found out it isn't true. I discussed it with a priest who is a friend, and he said we should talk about it someday before we get married (it is regarding the married life) but it doesn't need to be right now (I'm moving close to her to be able to discern a couple of more things better) and he said I don't have to make a drama about it. Me, being extremely drama prone have been losing sleep about it because I am afraid of leading her on. I am moving close to her this month and I'm afraid that saying this thing regarding marriage to her will dissolve our relationship or in some way make her lose her confidence in me (me not saying the truth in the first place) but I'm also afraid of waiting too long into the relationship and then it may break her heart even more (waiting so long to tell her). I don't know if it's a "deal-breaker" or not. I am also assuming that the topic will appear in the future because we haven't talked about a lot of things regarding married life. Should I say this thing to her as soon as possible? Even if it's not in person? (We are living far away from each other right now.) Should I tell her as soon as I'm close to her? Should I wait until the matter surfaces again? Should I tell her then when I learned about it? I don't know exactly what to do because I don't want to hurt her, but now that I did everything in my power to be close to her I'm afraid that all of this (leaving family, job and friends) will have been for nothing... if it does end up being a "deal-breaker".
I don't want to hold the truth from her...
I love her and I don't want to hurt her.
What should I do?