My fiance and I have been together two years. We are to be married next year. After dating for a while, my fiance broke down and told me that he had battled bisexuality a couple of years ago. We are in church and in ministry. God had cleaned him and everything has been great the two years we have been together until this summer. I have just found out (this week) that my fiance is battling the thoughts again and acted on them a few times with someone. I love him and do not want to leave him. But how do we deal or begin to deal with this? He doesn't want this and neither do I. We aren't willing to just "deal" with it, like I have read in other post. We want it completly gone. And we want our relationship and trust back. Any suggestions?
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