Let's be real. When a spouse finds out that they are being deceived, they usually want to end the relationship. It is a know fact that mixed orientation marriages fare less well when same sex infidelity is suspected, or confirmed. Even when the gay spouse confess and admit to infidelity in the past or ongoing, most of those marriages end in divorce.
The reality is that people do get divorce and since they do, we want to provide some resources to help those who choose to go that route. Not every marriage can be saved, even though we are not advocating that a straight spouse remain in a mixed orientation marriage. Many people for one reason or another will want a divorce, and historically, a divorce from a gay spouse can sometimes be very traumatic.
We want you to have resources to help you get through it. It is ultimately up to you, how you handle your divorce and the ensuing emotions that go along with it. We just want to help equip you more while you go through this difficult time.