You are not alone.
If you are struggling with gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender feelings, you need to know that there are millions of us who have shared your journey.
You do not have to believe what you are being told about yourself.
There is freedom from the cycle of pain, shame and fear caused by restorative/reparative/exgay therapy.
If you're gay or think you might be gay, you don't have to allow yourself to be recruited into a simulated heterosexual lifestyle. Self-acceptance is the only real way to end the relentless and dangerous rollercoaster of reparative/restorative therapy.
Tired of pretending? Tired of lying to yourself and others? Tired of living a dual life? You can change the direction of your life and find peace, hope, love and happiness.
Your journey to self acceptance is not an easy one. However, it will be an honest one. Most of us on this journey have found that the hardest things and the right things are usually the same thing.
It is much easier to go with the crowd and pretend that you are adapting a simulated heterosexual lifestyle. But as you know that never lasts for very long. The guilt from lying and the shame from hurting people you love by not being honest can be devastating.
Still, you are not alone. Your faith in self-acceptance is the only way to live a fulfilled and happy life. Real, unconditional love, personal peace and true happiness are waiting for you.
To find out more about starting your journey to self-acceptance, send us an email and share your journey with us. Unlike what you've already experienced with restorative options, you won't be discarded or judged because you have questions or doubts.
You said that I could find peace
then you told me I was worthless
You said that I could smile again
then you turned out the light
You were no different from the others
expecting what I could never give
Promising the road to hope
then leaving me alone, lonely and afraid
You said I chose what I lived
then you told me the price I would pay
You said my life would change
then abandoned me when there was no way
Your truth was a lie
you wished it to be real if you told it enough
You said my failure was a lack of faith
yhen I cried and tried and cried
You said I lacked desire and sincerity
then I fell to pieces and died inside
I loved life but could not live mine
You beat me then stole my last breath
You said to ignore the sound of footsteps
the sound of others on the same road
You said that to live any other way was unacceptable
then I knew I only had to accept myself
The road is long and lonely
Even though so many are walking
I will leave a light.