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Thank you again for a very real post. I admire you and understand somewhat about your journey. I had one myself a some years ago. I also came to a point where I had to finally face the truth of who I am. At the time I was married with two small children and had to adjust to the truth that I was a gay man. I too share a mormon background. If I could share any thing with you it would be that as tough as this journey starts out, you will find a happiness in being true to your self that you have never known! I shared the fears that you have. I was sure that once the secret was out I might never be able to see my children again. Lucky for me I had picked a wonderful women who could see that I was a good father and I have been a part of the lives of the most wonderful gilrs in the world! I hope, wish, and pray that you will find peace and love in your journey and also support! I for one, love you just for the person you are and wish you luck in your journey which is called life!
My best to you always'
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Anything Other than Straight
Thank you for your post here. I woould like to just say hang in there and knwo that you are a great person! I hope with time your parents can come around and see the greatness in you. I also hope that you will come to peace with them what evr their view ends up being.
1 year ago on The Internal Battle on Both Sides of the Religious Fence