Our expert says:
One-off or rare homosexual encounters are not rarfe among otherwise fully heterosexual / straight men, and even among women. These events don't represent pathology or sickness, nor do they need treatment.
It sounds as though you enjoyed an entirely normal, happy and sexual marriage with a straight guy for many years, but then after apparently one single incident, which he ) maybe unwisely ) was honest enough to tell you about, you have rejected everything you had enjoyed and knew about him, and it sounds as though you brood excessively about that incident, generalizing and inflating it . The problem now really lies chiefly within your imagination and not within his or his behaviour.
It is not him who needs to get help.
One wonders whether you ever really enjoyed sex, as you seem to have seized on this one story as an excuse to withhold physical love from him for so long.
If, as you acknowledge, there is still much thaty is good for both of you in this marriage, then you need to see an experienced marriage counsellor, maybe a psychologist, TOGETHER, to work through all of this, and it is aboutmuch more than the single episode he told you about.
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