"I don't remember" is a typical cheater strategy used to minimize and rug sweep her behavior.
Writing it all down tends to mentally reduce her romantic tryst into the dirty act it was.
The more detail she puts into writing a timeline the more sordid and disgusting her romantic fantasy becomes in her mind. Therefore, the first draft she'll start with very general stuff - and you'll read it and have her add more detail.
To encourage full disclosure she should understand that one of the polygraph questions may be something like: Does the timeline (to the best of her knowledge) contain all contact, topics of conversations, physical contact, including when she reached out or suggested face to face meetings.
For example, it was just a kiss? How often, when, where, did anyone see them, how long, did she tongue him, what other body contact?
There should be a lot of detail relating to every face to face contact (training session, coffee/lunches, and the afternoon they spent together).
Therefore, the timeline should be detailed enough to show 'who' instigated each face to face contact, what they talked about, what 'she' discussed sexually face to face or in texts, what 'she' said about you or your marriage, did she say she loved him or wanted to marry him.
- describe their very first contact (training or other)
- describe the very last contact she's had
- how much time spent with each other at the conference, anytime alone, did they sit next to each other at any time, when and why did she give him her email and/or phone number)
- who's idea was it to use Whatsup and to delete messages
- with respect to them spending an entire afternoon together, there should be 'pages' describing their conversation, her motivation, who's idea it was, did they kiss, hold hands, walk arm and arm, etc.
[This message edited by Robert22205https at 6:03 PM, November 27th (Wednesday)]