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Bisexual How do you cope with questioning?

Discussion in 'Questioning & General LGBT' started by HappyToBIMe123, Jan 13, 2020.  |  Print Topic

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  1. HappyToBIMe123

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    I really hate my schooling situation. There are lesbians and non binary people decently around, and I want to express my feelings. But I know how society is. No one really cares no one wants to hear someone else’s problems. That really makes me sad. I genuinely question if the people here even care of they just want to get it out of the way... idk I’ve had a badish day.
     
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    I am sorry and as I was coming out people would ask if I was getting a sex change or what and other mean things and I never lost it as that would let them win.

    What I had was my self acceptance that keeps me strong and happy and with that I now have made friends (never did that before) and do not mind going out to places with small groups.

    Give it time and know not everyday is perfect but being alive is about being human, not perfect.

    I wish you a better day on Tuesday and there after.

    Hug - Jo
     
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    Hey Happy,

    We genuinely care. Nobody is under any obligation to respond to anyone, so if we didn't care, we wouldn't respond. The moderators actual duties only include pragmatic things like clearing out spam and keeping undesirables off the site. Even the mods aren't necessarily expected to respond to members, but we do -- we do because we do care. Plus, there are a lot of members who are very dedicated to responding to members and genuinely try to help them through whatever their problems, troubles, and questions are. Some people join because they need advice or help understanding things, or are looking for support, friendship, people in similar situations to talk to -- some people join to share their experience, knowledge, wisdom, etc., and to try to provide comfort and support to others. Most of the people here see this as a family -- a functional, loving, understanding, open minded, and accepting family. We really do care, and it's genuine.

    Lots of hugs,
    Audry Leigh
     
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    Yes, we all know how society is. Some people are changing it by coming out: the more visible we are, the more acceptable we become Still, you have to be ready, and usually that means so sick of hiding whom you really are that you're willing to put up with society's bullshit.
    It's true that many people are too immersed in themselves to take an interest in anybody else -- but a reasonable number will be genuinely interested and sympathetic. Something I've discovered over the years is that if you become one of those people who really listens, others become more inclined to listen to you.

    I hope you have a much better day tomorrow! :) 
     
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