Hi. I got married for the first time last year at the age of 40. My wife had two wonderful children. Even though she had hardly been divorced for long, I thought we were meant for each other. We had a great wedding, a beautiful honeymoon, but when we got home and I finally moved in with her, things got really ugly. She started to bully me, and the kids went from loving me to not loving me. Christmas was absolutely terrible. The kids wouldn't even acknowledge me. I said something that made the kids feel guilty--I told them all I wanted was a hug and to hear I love, which was what they had always done, except now. They called their father who came and picked them up, and I haven't seen them since that day. My wife told me I better move out until I could calm down. I did move out and never went back and now we're getting divorced. I miss the kids terribly. They are 13 and 10. I have emailed them several times but they don't respond. I am very sad and depressed over it. I should have never married her, and now I've wrecked three other people's lives. And now I've figured out I was gay. There, that's my story. I need your understanding and support at this time.
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