"When it happened to me, my husband cheating on me, I put all the blame on him, everything on him," Sharon said on "The Talk" Friday. "And then you look back, and you look at your own behavior, and maybe I didn't give him the attention that he needed."
"I knew when I married him, he needs a lot of attention... that's the guy that I married and maybe I wasn't there all the time when he needed me," she continued. "So it does make you look at yourself and if you can both be so truthful about it, it does definitely bring you together."
"That's so beautiful," guest co-host Carrie Ann Inaba said. "You took the time to look at you even though he did the outwardly wrong thing, you took [responsibility]."
"You're my relationship goals," she added. "That's what I hope to end up with is somebody who will also meet me halfway even when it's mostly my fault and I think everything is two people."
Eve pointed out that "even if it hurts," a couple needs to be "brutally honest" with each other.
There's no doubt that honesty has been a large part of Sharon and Ozzy's marriage. The couple, who have been together for 36 years, have experienced many turmoils throughout their relationship, from Ozzy's drug and alcohol abuse to Sharon's cancer battle in 2002.
Sharon has been open about the Black Sabbath frontman's former infidelities in the past. Last year, "The Talk" co-host revealed that Ozzy didn't just have one affair with hairstylist Michelle Pugh, but had relationships with six different women.
"There wasn't just one woman; there were six of them," Sharon told The Telegraph back in September 2017, “Some f--king Russian teenager...then a masseuse in England...our masseuse out here [in Los Angeles]... and then our cook."
"He had women in different countries," she added. "Basically, if you're a woman giving Ozzy either a back rub or a trolley of food, God help you."