Open Your Eyes by Debra Sutton


One cannot constantly put their own needs and feelings aside to make another person happy. And a person who constantly expects you to do this is not expressing real love. Someone who truly loves you will care about your happiness, you will not be asked to sacrifice yourself over and over again. Being that yes… Continue reading Open Your Eyes by Debra Sutton

On the Other Side of Fear by Debra Sutton


On the Other Side of Fear Lies Freedom.  I’m Looking forward to a great new year. It was five years ago in January, I got on a plane leaving my gay ex and all of my belongings behind. I had just one suitcase of clothes. I left for my home state of Texas not knowing… Continue reading On the Other Side of Fear by Debra Sutton

Stepping into the Light by Debra Sutton


They say that love is blind. I believe it is, when people around you can see it, but somehow we are blind to the facts. We are blind to our own mistreatment. We want to believe people are good and have good intentions toward us. And we blindly forgive mistreatment over and over to our… Continue reading Stepping into the Light by Debra Sutton

This Is Not The Defining Moment by Debra Sutton


We cannot allow this one experience to define who we are. There is so much more to us than this. Being married or being the ex-wife of a closeted gay man is not the end of our journey, nor is it the end of our story. I understand how painful it is to find out… Continue reading This Is Not The Defining Moment by Debra Sutton

You’ve Always Had The Power My Dear! by Debra Sutton


We must stay focused on our own healing. We as human beings love the idea of fairness and we would love to see the scales of justice tip in our favor and bring justice to those who harmed us. The truth is life is not fair, we may never see the karma bus coming for… Continue reading You’ve Always Had The Power My Dear! by Debra Sutton