I've been with my current (male) partner for almost 4 years. We were engaged in May, but I broke off the engagement without breaking off the relationship. I realized I am interested in women about 8 years ago. I have never dated a woman, but have been intimate with women. My partner suggested that I seriously think about my attraction to women, and I realized that I am not sexually attracted to men. There are other issues to deal with in our relationship, but I am confused about my sexuality. My partner and I have rarely been intimate over the course of our 4 year relationship. I always blame my medications. I am questioning whether or not it is wise to pursue the relationship I am in. I love my partner and want to grow old with him but, I am finding it difficult to live with him and to establish a more genuine physically intimate relationship with him. We began couples therapy on Monday and meet again on Tuesday. I'm afraid it is too late, and I'm not sure if that is bad. I think I would be comfortable never having a physical relationship with my partner, even if we do get married next fall as planned. However, I fear that that is cheating him out of the kind of relationship he deserves. I do not have insurance so cannot see my own therapist at this time. I guess I'm just asking for help ...
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