dear Jake, knock knock, whose their, Mr. Anxiety calling, come on in, I'm Mr Depression thanks for joining us all. LOL
Sorry but this is true, anxiety is a form of depression, it's one of the many side shoots from this illness, and this also includes your generalised anxiety. I just wonder whether there is a link between this and the feeling of being bi-sexual. It maybe hidden somewhere and the association might be something that you don't recognise.
As we mature our thoughts change and because these have changed your sexual orientation, this doesn't put you last on the pecking order, as there isn't one and there shouldn't be one.
If someone can climb to Mt. Everest and you don't, but then you have a perfect mathematically mind, who is considered the best, no one.
The question I am asking is because someone is hetersexual, is he better than someone who is gay or bi-sexual, OK, point taken, some do judge people, but if you feel comfortable the way you feel then that's the most important part.
The more you hide your feelings the bigger the chance of your depression escalating, and this then leads to more problems.
I have two sons, one is married, but the younger one isn't, but if they came home either today or years ago saying that they were bi-sexual or gay, so what, they are still my sons, it wouldn't mean that I would love them less than I do today.
It's just the way how your life has turned out to be, I wouldn't condemn you, and I wouldn't want to drill into you that it's not 'normal'.
What is normal in life, nothing, because everybody has their own ideas. Geoff.