And what comes next....

That I love her, but I no longer want to be in a relationship with a woman. I feel I have wasted my 20s dating women just because it is easier then getting over the broken pieces my first boyfriend left. I don't feel I am a lesbians and wondering if I ever was. I want to move on with my life get married and have children but I feel it may be to late. I feel bad because the woman I am dating is kinda my best friend and I don't know how to tell her without breaking her heart.


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  • If you're feeling like this isn't right for you anymore, and you don't see it ever changing, then it's time to break it to her. If you don't find yourself as attracted to a woman, and would rather be in a relationship with a man, then there's something wrong. It's best not to lead her on, especially if you still care about her. Hopefully she'll be understanding and still want you in her life as a friend.

  • That's gotta be tough, but you have to tell her. You can't live your life in a lesbian relationship if you are straight. Hopefully she'll understand if you explain that you still want to be friends, just not lovers.

  • Thank you for the response. I know I have to tell her but I don't tink it will be best to give details. I think she feels me pulling away and she is so sad. I can tell she putting in all her effort to make things work. I almost feel it would be easier to move to another state then deal with this. Don't know why I couldnt have had this issue when I was single.

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