Were you hoping she’d change her mind or get over it? Nobody has ever mentioned it to me, but I know it’s unprofessional and probably gross.
She’s in a relationship with a lesbian, but that doesn’t mean she’s in a lesbian relationship. Nothing you’ve told me suggests she neglects you or flirts with men in order to stoke your jealousy. Nothing about your identity or your relationship is threatened by her sexuality in any way; it’s time for you to let go of this. Picky picky: I have an anxiety disorder called trichotillomania that makes me constantly want to pick at my skin, hair, and fingernails.I think you need to figure out why you feel so threatened by the fact that you married a bisexual woman. I take medication and attend therapy, but I still pluck at my hair for an hour or so per night at home. If I’m stuck in a meeting, or in court, or anything particularly boring, I try to take notes or keep my hands busy, but eventually I will start picking at my cuticles, at split ends, at bumps on my arms.