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Senior in high school and don't know how to tell my parents I am bi

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  • Senior in high school and don't know how to tell my parents I am bi

    I discovered I was bi when I was a freshman. I just really know the feelings I was having. I was getting confused. I liked boys. But I was getting a strange but yet good feeling when I was being around this girl that I met and ow we are bff's. we went out for a while. She came out to be and said she was bi and she was glad she was dating me. I didn't know what she was talking an put and till I realized. I was bi also. We broke up but now we are friends again. I don't know how to tell my parents or my friends. The only people I had told was here, my one uncle, and my one aunt. My aunt and uncle both suggest just blurting out to them. But I am afraid to. What should I do? I'm afraid that my mom might kick me out.

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    It is really important to decide when the right time is for you to tell your friends and family. There is no "right" time to do it. Telling them is a personal decision, which is different for everyone. If you decide that you are completely ready then it would be helpful to plan ahead. Your aunt and uncle seem like great resources for support or even somewhere to stay if you do get kicked out. Perhaps you can talk to them for support. Think about how you told your aunt and uncle. It may be helpful to tell your parents in the same way. Please call 2NDFLOOR anytime at 888-222-2228 for more help.


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