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Though I mostly browse the forums at this point and haven’t posted anything in a long while I wanted to pose a question to my fellow crossdressers.
Quick tangent update. I have been going through a rough divorce the entirety of the pandemic centered around custody dispute. I have been in a long term monogamous dating relationship with a wonderful woman for almost 3 years now but have had struggles given my bisexuality especially when being Dona and though I have remained faithful there have been a few close calls. I have recently started therapy with a LGBTQ+ therapist to try and figure out how I can maintain my relationship and be true to myself at the same time. There is no intimate options with Dona and my SO, though she is aware that I do dress and am bisexual and has been great as far as being non-judgemental for her that is as far as she can go.
Now for the question, during the first few sessions that I had with my therapist I had described myself as being accepting of who I am and understanding that after it was a large contributor of what tanked my 18 year marriage and that I am always going to want to dress at times and that there is an attraction to sex with men when doing so. I am still like most very much closeted. My therapist challenged me with the question of do I actually accept myself? Now I have been mulling this over for a week and a half now and am curious how others see their own acceptance.
Sorry for the long post and apologize for any formatting errors that may be there from typing this on my phone.
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