Last Spring, I called my father and told him that my wife was transgender.
Faith: (noun) ‘firm belief in something for which there is no proof’ – Merriam-Webster
Faith is a tough feeling to pin down with words (hence why I went to Merriam-Webster). So when I started relying on this thing ‘faith’ it took me by surprise. Why do I use this to comfort my wife and myself through our transition?
I really don’t want to be at work today because I miss my wife.
I only get to be with her evenings and weekends. During the work day, I have a husband.
What makes cis spouses stay in a marriage through transition?
I love my husband and I love my wife. I didn’t expect this: that I would love so intimately a man and a woman at the same time. But, today, this is where I find myself.