Imagine having been married to the love of your life for 10 years, everything is perfect, you have two children, share a wonderful circle of friends, but something doesn't feel quite right. You search you look and you find something that will change the rest of your life forever. You discovered that your husband is having an affair. But to your surprise it’s not the cute little blonde at the local grocery store, or the fiery red head neighbor but it’s your husbands “business partner”. After realizing that your whole life has been a lie, what lies in the future?
First things first, you get tested. With any case of infidelity, contracting any disease is always an issue. Check to see if you are in good health and take things from there. Making sure you are in good health is the most important thing. While homosexual men make up only a very small percentage of the male population (4%), they also account for over three-quarters of all new HIV infections, and nearly two-thirds (63 percent) of all new infections in 2010 (29,800). (Lifesitenews.com)
You have two options in this situation. Stay or leave. I say you can stay and work it out is because there are many women who do. But why would someone stay after finding out that they have been cheated on? Love, embarrassment, fear of being alone. You love your husband so much, he is your life and he is all that you know. Despite this betrayal, you still love him and believe that you can work this out. You can try to go to counseling and see if there is hope. Therapy has a great way of getting couples to say how they truly feel and help heal each other as a couple and individually.
Although, this is a rough time and it’s hard to look at it as anything but a horrible negative situation. You should take comfort in knowing that you are not alone. The number of women living with a gay husband is increasing. The shame a woman feels, upon discovering her husband is gay, is enough to drive her into the closet too. You...
Cited: Baklinski, Thaddeus. "LifeSiteNews.com Life, Family and Culture News." LifeSiteNews. N.p., 8 July 2013. Web. 23 Sept. 2013.
Kingston, Anne. "How to Stay Married." The Family 13/14. Thirty-Ninth ed. NY: McGraw - Hill, 2013. 78. Print.
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