I love kids and could always see myself as a parent, but much less being married. I was married for six months last year to a woman who supposedly wanted a mate who would be a loving and supportive father figure to her children. I had known the mother and the children for several years and was their fourth grade teacher. They never quite accepted me and I couldn't see any hope of us growing together as a family. So I left. Now I'm back living with a male friend I lived with for fourteen years. I've come to the conclusion that I'm gay, and am very much at peace with that. I feel that I've worked through all my grief, have taken control of my life, and am ready for the commitment of raising a child. I would appreciate anyone's thoughts on this matter. Thanks, Chris.
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