Reputations don't go away

I was a s*** in high school. There is no other way to describe it. I was not a nice person and hurt many people. Whether they were my friends at the time or just an acquaintance I was very manipulative and spiteful.
The reason I bring this up is that my 10 year high school reunion is next month. I would like to go and make amends with several people I hurt but I do not think it would go well.
In high school I used s** as a weapon. If I even thought another girl said something about me, or something I didn't like, I would have s** with their boyfriend. Lets just say teen girls fight a lot! So I had s**, a lot!
By the end of my senior year I had "zero" friends and managed to have s** with most of the boys in my age range. I was labeled a "s***/w****" by all the other girls. At the time I didn't care and even embraced it. The guys sure didn't mind and I got LOTS of attention. It only p***** the other girls off more.
After I left for college a calmed down. Graduated college, got a job, eventually got married and now have a normal life. My husband knows I was no saint before we met but he doesn't know the half of the things I did in high school. I think if I attend the reunion it won't go well and I don't want my husband to suffer because of my past actions.
What should I do?

Oct 26

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  • Time works forward, not backward. Reunions always seem to be based on memories of the old you, not the current you. I went to four high school reunions and thought, "Why am I here and what does it matter? Don't let the past own you. You have nothing to explain to anyone. Enjoy the new and future life you can have. Forgive the foolishness of your earlier life and avoid people who might bring it up. Empower yourself by disengaging your past. What has it done for you lately?

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