My boyfriend is bisexual. I accept this. It is a part of him and I love him. I would spend the rest of my life with him if he asked me. But he says there is a part of him that needs to be with men from time to time. I am not bisexual so I don't understand this. If he loves me and wants to be with me, why does he need to be with someone else. I don't want to share him and I don't want to be with anyone else. I am committed to him. He says that it is strictly a physical need and that I am the only one he loves or will love but I don't see it that way. I agreed but I am not sure I am okay with it. Is this normal behavior? Should I accept this too? Is there something wrong with me that I can't be enough for him? I am open to anything but this feels like giving him permission to cheat on me. Someone please help me understand.
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