As a part of his recovery at the rehab clinic shamed golfer Tiger Woods will tell his wife Elin all the details of his numerous extra-marital affairs where he's being treated for sex addiction, it has emerged.
According to reports, Elin has agreed to attend a week-long phase of his recovery programme early next month at the Gentle Path centre in Mississippi, reports The Daily Express.
The week includes "Disclosure Day" when the golfer will be forced to face his wife and admit every one of his affairs.
During her stay, Elin will also receive counselling.
The visit, pals believe, will give Woods his one and only chance to save his marriage and convince Elin he is truly sorry.
A source close to the couple told the Sunday Express: "To be brutally honest, I don't think Tiger would have ever gone there if Elin had said no to the family support sessions.
"He knows he has to convince her his womanising days are over and really mean it. Even then, she could still decide to go ahead and divorce him."
Woods checked into Gentle Path on December 30, his 35th birthday.
The source said: "He has definitely spoken several times with Elin on the phone. She is very, very wary of facing him in what is certain to be an emotion-shredding confession session.
"Elin doesn't know whether she'll ever be able to trust him, no matter what he says or does to convince her to stay."