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09-Jan-2020 14:40

By this time I was living in London and meeting people from different backgrounds and different parts of the world.

Moving to a bigger city has been the best thing for me.

All that happened was I would take a lot of laxatives, and then experience a great deal of pain.

But I just felt like I needed to feel something, and I needed to feel in control of how lonely I felt. When I was 21, my first boyfriend broke up with me and I didn't have any coping mechanisms other than drinking.

There would never be much conversation—some of these guys were in their mid-to-late thirties, so what would we talk about?

Looking back at it now, I'm like, "What were they thinking?

Even though I've got so many positive things in my life—a great career, great friends, a nice boyfriend—it's always at the back of my mind.

I made one gay friend, who I'm actually close to now.

But back then, we didn't really talk about things. We both liked the Spice Girls, and that was enough for me.

One person who knows loneliness well is Craig, 33, a school teacher who lives in London.

Here he shares his journey to overcome the sense of isolation he felt growing up gay in a small U. city in the late '90s.—and I certainly didn't identify with him because I wasn't a football player.

Even though I've got so many positive things in my life—a great career, great friends, a nice boyfriend—it's always at the back of my mind.

I made one gay friend, who I'm actually close to now.

But back then, we didn't really talk about things. We both liked the Spice Girls, and that was enough for me.

One person who knows loneliness well is Craig, 33, a school teacher who lives in London.

Here he shares his journey to overcome the sense of isolation he felt growing up gay in a small U. city in the late '90s.—and I certainly didn't identify with him because I wasn't a football player.

I had friends but they were all straight and having relationships.