For some of us supporters it is hard for us to understand certain things. Acting out is one of them. Like I can understand if a survivor of abuse becomes introverted, angered, frustrated, overly saddened, depressed, etc., but I donít understand what is that defining moment that a man will decide (and I am particularly talking about married men) to go out and continue practicing the same acts that haunted and devastated them as a child? Plus, what can another man do that his wife canít do in the intimacy of their own home? And, why do many say that although it happened, they donít consider themselves ďgayĒ?
Sorry, it has been 2 months for me and I still have questions. Sometimes they are redundant, but I am trying to get this all in my head and it is taking some time.

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Rayne