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Hello! I'm Krissandra (22), mom to Caleb (21 months) and Lucas (3 months). I've been debating joining here for a little while...decided to just go ahead and make an introduction! I've always been bisexual, but I lean towards women more than I do men. It's something I've been struggling with, especially lately. I'm "happily" married to a kind and quiet guy, but I guess you could say I'm restless in spirit. I absolutely love the two beautiful baby boys he's given me and wouldn't have it any other way, and I do care about my husband - I love him the way you'd love a good friend, if that makes sense. But I sometimes wonder if I'll ever truly be happy with a man. And yet I'm terrified to venture out - my mom freaked when I told her I was bisexual at age 17, and has since pretended that it never happened. I guess I just wanted to make everyone happy, and I really wanted children. I guess I wanted the "normal" life - husband, kids, house. Have any of you been in this situation? I feel like I'm a closet lesbian in a heterosexual marriage, and I don't think I'll ever have the courage to change anything about that. Maybe I can live vicariously through some of you ladies.
It's nice to know I'm not the only one in my situation! I'm all right with leaving things the way they are right now, and I'm doing that because of my children. DH isn't a bad person to be around, so I suppose I look at it as sacrificing a would-be life for the life that I have with my boys. They are the most important people to me, and I'm afraid that trying to live happily in a homosexual relationship would damper their upbringing. It's probably a stupid fear to have.
welcome to the board! I'm Emma (28), Mama to Gabrielle (5) and Emersyn (20mo)... I came to the realisation I was bisexual when I was 16, and am now in a relationship with a woman.... I still find myself somewhat attracted to men, but nowhere near as much as I am to women!