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Old 06-25-2009, 02:49 AM
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Default Figuring myself out

For years, I have been forcing myself to be someone I am not, and hiding who I really feel I am. I've had numerous relationships w/ men who preferred monogomy, including two failed marriages. (divorced once, planning to file for divorce again soon) As a bi-poly woman, monogomy has been less than easy, and at times impossible. I've hidden my preferences, for fear of reaction from family and friends.

In recent months, I've done some soul searching and realized that to be happy, I need to stop hiding who I am and what/whom makes me happy. Of course, the biggest issue currently is breaking this to my current husband. He does not yet know, but from past conversations, I know he will not be accepting/supportive... meaning divorce is inevitable.

If anyone has words of advice or encouragement, I'd greatly appreciate them. I'm happy to answer any questions you might have of me.
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