If Your Sexual Attractions Conflict with Your Faith, Values & Goals...
You may think you're alone, but you're not. You may think you don't have options, but you do. You may think there is no way to resolve the internal conflict, but there is.
Despite what many gay activitists will tell you, the reality is that many men and women have in fact found positive, self-affirming, empowering alternatives to embracing a gay identity and living a gay life.
You get to decide what to believe and how to live your life. Consider working with an experienced life coach who "gets" you, who has been where you are now and who will respect your faith, values and life choices.
Rich Wyler founded the nonprofit, international fellowship Brothers on a Road Less Traveled (originally called "People Can Change") in 2000 to share the real-world experiences of men like
himself who had resolved internal conflicts between their sexual desires and behaviors on one hand and their personal values, morals and life goals on the other. He co-created the Journey Into Manhood experiential weekend program for Brothers Road in 2002. Today, more than 2,500 men in 40+ countries have participated in his powerful programs.
Then & Now: How My Sexual Attractions Have Changed contains 50+ summaries of men's successful efforts to reduce or manage their same-sex attractions in ways that align with their faith, values and personal goals. Then & Now gives one- or two-page written "snapshots"
of these men's lives before and after they found solutions to their sexual conflicts.