Hang in there. Things will work out for you. Being able to discuss here is a great start and is comforting to get your feelings out. Hopefully will make it easier find and bond with friends.View Thread
I'm new to this site and like a lot of others here have missed male bonding in my life. My dad died when I was very young and although I have 3 brothers, they were quite a bit older than me and we never got close enough to talk about guy things and problems. I have no close male friends I can discuss issues with or just hang out together and I miss that terribly. I am happily married with 2 kids but I believe I am somewhat bi-curious. I don't think I could ever follow through on.any bi thoughts as I love my family too much but nonetheless the curiosity is there. I don't think it is in a sexual way, but more of a close buddy companionship desire with a friend with whom I can be open with about life's issues. This forum seems like a good start. The anonymity is allowing me to share things I would never be able to discuss. Thanks guys for being there.View Thread
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