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Straight Spouse Network Open Forum

This Open Forum is funded and administered by the Straight Spouse Network (SSN), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides support to straight spouses and partners who have discovered that their spouse/partner isn’t straight. Your donations allow us to provide important support and resources that straight spouses can't find anywhere else.


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March 17, 2021 10:54 pm  #1


Husband suddenly transitioning

My situation is that I have a six-year-old autistic daughter, a part-time job and no other resources available. As of a year ago, my husband has decided to eschew his family to transition. He showed absolutely no signs for the 16 years we've been married. It was so sudden. I currently am forced to live under the same roof due to having so little income of my own. Before this we set up a lifestyle where I could be home part-time to help my daughter. He now flaunts his transition and has wrecked what I thought we worked so hard to build. It's excruciating living like this, it's affecting me and my daughter. She's so confused by what she sees, and with her learning disability, it makes it all that more difficult.

 

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