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19 Challenges Of Dealing With A Break Up When You're Still In The Closet
What do people in the LGBT community deal with when going through a break up while still in the closet? Being in a relationship when you're not "out" to family and friends is stressful enough. But these 19 people are going through hurt and heartbreak all alone after the end of their relationships. Here's what they're going through in these eye-opening confessions.

Going through a break up when you're in the closet makes things complicated.

1
I broke up with my best friend. I have no one to turn to now, because we are both still in the closet.

You're often left feeling more alone than ever.

2
I had to break up with my last gf because of the stress the relationship gave me. I'm still in the closet and I didn't want my homophobic brother to find out.

Coming out isn't easy.

3
My girlfriend broke up with me because I was still in the closet.

I want to come out, but I'm honestly terrified.

It's difficult to keep things to yourself.

4
I'm still in the closet and won't come out because I play sports and I'm scared of losing friends... She broke up with me and I regret it all now.

You have no one to turn to.

5
I'm bisexual, I dated this guy secretly but he broke up with me because I'm still in the closet. It sucks, but I'm too afraid to tell my family.

A shoulder to cry on would be nice.

6
It's so hard having a girlfriend while being "in the closet" but even harder when you break up and can't tell the ones you love why you're in pain.
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