Somewhere along the line you have realised that whilst it was easy to manipulate your CV information, the future could well be a life of agony, of worry that you will be challenged about it.
You have already realised that the truth has a shining value of it's own - far more precious than any falsehoods and far more dependable for any employer.
But now you are worried about losing your reputation and your business contacts.
Well, the truth is that an employer quickly looks at a CV - then it is more than likely forgotten about in your first few days of employment. Also a recruiter has many people like you looking for jobs. More than likely they will not dwell upon a changed resume, rather than looking at your genuine self in a new light.
I think that the answer is to write the truth right now with as little as possible padding. Replace these falsehoods with your own dynamism, your sincerity and willingness to work for the good of the company. This means a committed CV which truly shows your personality and attitudes.
Your CV is your Bible - it is your mirror of your future and should in time be filled with true and genuine work experience. But for now, swallow your pride and make a new shining CV which may be humble but will hold the attention of your recruiter and your employer.
You then recover and start work with nothing to fear now - or in the future.