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The Beginning of a New Journey
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This blog is for the woman who feels sad, anxious, furious, and maybe even depressed. The process you go through is a very complicated one. I, too, felt like I was stuck in a rollercoaster of emotions that never seemed to come to a stop.
My vocation has always been to help.
It surprised me big time when I realized that the most challenging task I have in life is to accompany what became the source of my deepest pain and my most significant growth.
Being married to a gay man caused me a lot of distress and suffering—the lack of information, the fear of seeking help, the denial of trusting my intuition.
Pushing away my inner voice for over 25 years and taking on the victim´s role was done with ease. I took on that role so well that I might as well have gotten an Academy Award.
All of the above made this process more complicated, sadder, and just life-consuming.
~ The Alias: ®
Our husbands have been struggling or are still working if they are still accepting their sexuality. Luckily nowadays, there are so many outlets that help them embrace and facilitate their acceptance of who they are. Support groups, books, podcasts. You name it.
This blog exclusively targets women dealing with having a husband who has or is dealing with being ok with being gay.
It’s for those women who have their doubts, for those of us who need someone to talk and listen and understand. This blog is for us who need support, company, empathy, and no judgment.
The blog is for all women who need to pick up the broken heart pieces and start healing. And for those of us who need to learn to forgive and trust in love again.
You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every
experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.
You are able to say to yourself, "I lived through this horror.
I can take the next thing that comes along.
- E. Roosevelt
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