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I'm bi. I like a girl. I don't know how to tell my parents, because they are super religious. I have know idea what'll happen, but if I do decide to ask a certain someone out, I want them to be able to me her and so on. Help? Advice? Frustrated

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Eh.. I know this is going to be hard.. but.. when you're ready to tell your parents; you're gonna have to be strong. Remember, they are your parents no matter how religious they are. They will understand, but it may take them time.
Sit down with them and talk to them about your sexuality and that you want them to support you. 
Which they will, but just to make sure.
They might start treating you different.. (My friend came out to his mom and she started taking him to church but later supported him through it).
It's the only way.
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"ChickenGoPowPowPow" wrote:

Eh.. I know this is going to be hard.. but.. when you're ready to tell your parents; you're gonna have to be strong. Remember, they are your parents no matter how religious they are. They will understand, but it may take them time.

Sit down with them and talk to them about your sexuality and that you want them to support you. 

Which they will, but just to make sure.

They might start treating you different.. (My friend came out to his mom and she started taking him to church but later supported him through it).

It's the only way.

I tried giving a little advice. Frustrated


Thanks... I'm scared though. They might say I chose this life path, or something idiotic like that. Worried  

Blood on my hands but not on my soul
Some day, God willing, I will be whole
And up above
I feel the love
From every star in the sky
I'll never be alone
I will never cry
I'll never be alone
I will never die


I like boys...and girls...

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"imagination44" wrote:



"ChickenGoPowPowPow" wrote:


Eh.. I know this is going to be hard.. but.. when you're ready to tell your parents; you're gonna have to be strong. Remember, they are your parents no matter how religious they are. They will understand, but it may take them time.



Sit down with them and talk to them about your sexuality and that you want them to support you. 



Which they will, but just to make sure.



They might start treating you different.. (My friend came out to his mom and she started taking him to church but later supported him through it).



It's the only way.



I tried giving a little advice. Frustrated


Thanks... I'm scared though. They might say I chose this life path, or something idiotic like that. Worried  


Listen, I can see that you're proud of who you are. Of course your parents is not going to easily accept this, but they are going to have to.. just because you are their daughter. 
I know it's scary, but later in life you're going to be glad you told them. 


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Maybe you're right... 
Just maybe...

Blood on my hands but not on my soul
Some day, God willing, I will be whole
And up above
I feel the love
From every star in the sky
I'll never be alone
I will never cry
I'll never be alone
I will never die


I like boys...and girls...

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They don't HAVE to know. You have no obligation to tell ANYONE; it's a personal topic that only you and your partner are concerned with.
If you really want to tell them, wait until you feel comfortable with it. Don't rush into it because you feel like you have to or really need to. You don't.
When you tell them, reassure them you've always been that way and it hasn't changed you at all. You are who you've always been. Of course they might not accept it, but they don't have to. Only you have to accept you.

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"Kirsteeeeen" wrote:

They don't HAVE to know. You have no obligation to tell ANYONE; it's a personal topic that only you and your partner are concerned with.

If you really want to tell them, wait until you feel comfortable with it. Don't rush into it because you feel like you have to or really need to. You don't.

When you tell them, reassure them you've always been that way and it hasn't changed you at all. You are who you've always been. Of course they might not accept it, but they don't have to. Only you have to accept you.


THANK GOD! I do accept myself, of course. Grin You have NO idea how much this helps. I might try both of these wonderful suggestions. Thank you both so much! Big Grin

Blood on my hands but not on my soul
Some day, God willing, I will be whole
And up above
I feel the love
From every star in the sky
I'll never be alone
I will never cry
I'll never be alone
I will never die


I like boys...and girls...

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It would not be nice to date behind their backs. You need to slowly tell your parents and reveal details one at a time. 

Although telling them is not mandatory, you can tell them one detail, let them get over it, and another, let them get over it, etc.

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you should tell your parents and they might understand. they might be unsure at first and uncomfortable about it, but will get used to the idea and be okay with your choices. but don't go behind their backs!!

Be the different one in life. Remember, normal is boring! Enjoy being the odd one out!


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also, my mom is too, and her parents and family disapproved at first, but now understand.

Be the different one in life. Remember, normal is boring! Enjoy being the odd one out!


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