Hi OIK, I'm sorry to hear how you are going mate, you can confide in the people in this forum and you could do some word searches, there have been others before you that have been what you are going through, you are not alone. I guess I can't hang on forever, otherwise I wouldn't have come out. I know that I don't always use my words well, I yell and scream at times when I am angry, confused and frustrated. I told her years ago when I found her reading an old diary of mine. I had to take my car into the car yard for a safety recall, and my wife came and picked me up. What a freakin freaky day! I can't complain, but I feel so sick every single day.
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But I'm more honest now. I came out to my ex-wife after our divorce was settled. He might argue that a decline in sexual activity is par for course in marriage, but usually this decrease will happen early on rather than later if something is wrong. Your spouse may view online gay porn that you've been watching or gay fiction you've been reading as infidelity. This response is rare, and usually shows up in the heat of the moment, so take it for what it might be.
After I left, I went off the rails; I lost my company, house, car. Perhaps they aren't as ready to share their hurt. Male bisexuality dis-empowers women. I have two gay men in my life with official titles. Is gay sex still a sin if two men are married?
It'd now be "Only 3 know" but that I think, will keep rising over time! I will most likely remain miserable but I don't think I will be happy if I come out either. So many things I have learnt about myself thanks to a professional, things that I couldn't see myself thanks to old useless mindsets. Keep it in the present moment, keep looking for the positive path. You've been patient and caring towards others and been accepting and grateful for their understanding. He was pretty bloody amazing as well. Look after yourself, your kids would prefer a gay dad over no dad.