their identity, I…ded me of how problematic the whole exercise is. My family were supportive and loving as always but I couldn’t help feeling a little silly about the build-up and formality of coming out the first time around. Although many count their experience as an important milestone in establishing their identity, I saw…
I can relate to this - when I became an evangelical in my 20's, got sober in my 30's, came out as a gay man in my 40's... I shudder to think what I'm going to do in my 50's!
What a great story you've got and I love that you didn't allow your labels to rule over your happiness!