I've finally admitted to myself I’m bi and I feel so proud about it! I want to tell people and just be open about it, but for what reason at this point? I love my husband. We have a great relationship. It gives me anxiety thinking about all the what-ifs. What if I’m not meant to be with him? What if I break up my family? (We have a daughter.) I don’t want to not be with him, but I also really want to be (sexually) with a girl.
While being in a loving relationship with my husband for about 8 years, there's a certain freedom in expressing your sexuality. He knew I was bisexual from the start and always have been supportive of this, even going through the lengths to say if I wanted to explore with a woman again, it was open. Though I'm monogamous, it didn't really pan out like that.
The OP is right. There's more to being bi and being open with your inherent queerness than you may think in a straight-passing relationship. There's a beautiful world out there and it's always better felt in your own skin.