I SUSPECT MY FIANCE IS GAY.
Byline: Dear Coleen email email@example.com
Dear Coleen I'VE been with my fiance for five years now and we've been engaged for three. But I'm starting to question whether he really wants to be with me.
He came out as bi-curious in the past, which means that he's sexually attracted to both men and women.
I've always had a gut feeling that he just likes men though and I've found gay dating apps on his phone.
We're due to be married soon and I just don't know what to do.
What would you do if you were in my situation? Coleen says THIS is such a difficult situation to be in but you must get it sorted before you even think about walking down that aisle - and firstly, I'd ask him outright if he's really bi-curious or fully gay.
Is he using you as a mask to cover up the fact he's gay to his family and friends? Is he frightened of coming out? Reassure him that if he is gay, that's fine but he must be honest about it.
You can still stay friends and so on. But it's only fair to both of you if you know the truth.
It's cruel and unfair to live a lie and neither of you can ever be truly happy if that happens. If he insists he is bisexual then you really have to ask yourself whether you can be OK with somebody who is.
Lastly, gay or not, he shouldn't have any kind of dating app on his phone. What's that all about? If you're due to be married, why does he need a dating app? That would ring alarm bells for me and I wouldn't even think about marrying him until I'd got some more answers.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Apr 21, 2017|
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