June 15, 2023

There's Something I Have to Tell You - A Book of Women's Stories

Available as a paperback, e-book, or free PDF download

There's Something I Have to Tell You - A Book of Women's Stories

We’ve released a book of interviews with women who are sharing their experience of their relationship breaking down due to their male partner being same sex attracted. “There’s Something I Have to Tell You” follows the success of our previous publication “His Secret, Her Story’’ and is a collection of 20 women’s personal stories, in which each woman describes how she discovered her partner’s same sex attraction, her reaction and those of her family and friends, and how she navigated her way through her reaction and the decisions she made towards a new reality.

To order a paperback copy:

  1. Deposit $15 for postage and handling (per copy) by Electronic Funds Transfer to our bank account: Leichhardt Women’s Community Health Centre. BSB: 062193 Account: 00800600. Please mark the funds transfer ‘’Women’s Book – (Your name)”.
  2. Send an email to us at womenpartners@lwchc.org.au confirming you have made the payment, and include your name and postal address.
  3. If you’d like to add to the postage by making a donation, your donation will help women on low incomes receive the book, particularly women in rural areas. Donations $2 and above are tax deductible.

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What people say about their experience

Our client feedback is overwhelmingly positive, with 96% of women reporting increased self-esteem and ability to make decisions.


“It’s been a life saver, literally”

I have completely unloaded onto the counsellor and she wasn’t shocked. I’ve been able to understand what’s happened to my husband and work out what it means for me and the children. It’s been a life saver, literally.


“I’ve felt very alone – until I came here”

The counsellor really understands. No one else seems to ‘get it’ and I’ve felt very alone – until I came here.


“I can really say it all aloud”

He’s my best friend and a wonderful father. He wants to stay for now as long as he can explore his feelings for men. I’m finding all that really hard. The counsellor’s been the only person I can really say it all aloud to…

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to over 250 women partners every year

Women Partners purpose is to help women navigate the unexpected myriad of emotions which often present having discovered their relationship was not what they thought. Helping to support the sexual health and healing journey for women and their families, Women Partners focus is to help empower women to travel their own path forward however that may look.

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