My wife told me today that she was angry most of the day, and I can't blame her. But the gay spouse starts to realise that they can't retreat back into the closet. If you are doubting that you are gay I guess they might be a chance of reversing this decision? I guess I can't hang on forever, otherwise I wouldn't have come out. I suppose I only really admitted to myself that I was gay when it was already too late. I'm really worried that when I do go out on my own, that I'll end up rotting away all alone in the 4 walls, never even going out apart from work.
A week later, we celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary.
But being with the kids and doing routine things kept me focused on why I was doing this. Life is hard and sometimes short. Your husband will have a lot of regret in is heart for having lived an incomplete life for so long and then to be thrown this diagnoses…. Friday might be a good time obviously to make a plan for the short term, how to best inform your family, how to best manage the emotions that you are feeling. Our helpline is offered at no cost to you and with no obligation to enter into treatment. You ARE a wonderful person.
It's really tough right now, talking to others over the last couple of weeks on this forum helped a bit, but I'm not sure if it is anymore, I know I'm sinking into some sort of depression and dont know what to do. Wishing you all the best Ruby 2. As many have told you trying to deal with this by yourself is terribly hard. Like you, not where i thought I'd be at 51 but I knew my same sex attraction would surface somewhere. This is a question each partner should ask, and answer jointly: