Love Isnt Forcing Someone To Change

So...I am married but I am also bisexual. Most people do not know this especially my religious mother. Its not that I don't want to tell her but I don't want to be told about repenting. Don't get me wrong I believe in God but I'm sick of people imposing their beliefs on me. Everyone thinks I'm this person that I'm not because I'm pretty much forced to be in that role they've created since childhood. Always responsible, always reliable. Severly emotional. That's what I've always been. Mrs psychologist. The strong one. If I could pick I probably wouldn't be the person I am now. But now I have to be because I have children. I've always had to be. I just don't know what to do. My life is unsatisfactory because I'm stuck in this role that I don't want to be in. I can't just lash out and be impulsive because I always have my kids to think of...sometimes I feel so alone. I feel like people don't get me because they don't even know who I am!
mochalala mochalala
22-25, F
3 Responses Feb 14, 2010

well they say love is unconditional

You will need to find ways to be true to who you are does your husband know?<br />
just because you were brought up to be a certion person doesn't mean you can't be true to your self<br />
if your kids are still young then it wont matter if mummys new friend is a boy or a girl.

I am sorry. I hope you are able to get what you need in life. I agree that love is not about forcing someone to change.