Should I tell my wife of 35 years that I am gay or live a lie? I'm yet to make a phone call, that is hard, but then I think about the 2 people I've now already told, and wonder why I find it hard? On the way home she asked me if I wanted to talk, and I just said yes. I can't complain, but I feel so sick every single day. I get it, she needs to move at a pace she is comfortable with, and I will support what she wants.
I didn't stay there very long.
After I left, I went off the rails; I lost my company, house, car. When confronted, Kevin made the perfect apology to his wife. We drafted an agreement and negotiated the details: The straight spouse understandably becomes angry at the gay spouse for not being able or willing to go back into the closet. Today I did take another step, I told my boss. Your session is about to expire.
It wasn't something I was into at all, but I didn't know there was any other option. I question why I got married in the first place knowing I am gay, but I think I thought I could live a life hiding these feelings. I'm yet to make a phone call, that is hard, but then I think about the 2 people I've now already told, and wonder why I find it hard? Just keep talking to her and a shrink. All relationships have rules, but sometimes those rules get broken.