Uprooting your life and making a course correction is never an easy experience. In this episode, Tanner Jones shares his experience coming out to himself, his family and his new wife. He describes his experience trying to do his very best at being a good person—even if it meant divorce and leaving his lifelong faith tradition.

Tanner’s story is a candid look into the lengths many gay men will go to “do what is right” in the face of doing what is honest. He shares the fear he experienced making the decision to come out, navigating his feelings of dissonance, and ultimately taking the steps forward into a more comfortable and natural progression. 

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  1. Carlos (reply)

    August 30, 2021 at 12:18 pm

    Very courageous young man, Love should never be caged and made it believe it is only between a man and a woman. “Scriptures of God’s” are man dictated to control the masses. The “Bible” was written by “Priests” to deceive and abuse the brainwashed and ill educated for their psychotic pleasure. Best wishes and a huge hug to you Tanner Jones. Don’t look back you will be amazed how happy you will be when you meet the true love of your life. Always remember to keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

  2. Casper (reply)

    August 30, 2021 at 11:51 am

    I am really happy for you TJ as you know it’s not easy nor should you ever drop your guard, never ever trust no one when you first meet a guy. They can and will deceive you if they want to beat you up because he doesn’t agree with your decision. Be strong, keep your friends close but your enemies closer. I wish I was your type, you are really adorable.? BEST wishes ❤ Be happy and don’t look back move forward with that beautiful handsome smile ?

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