How Do I Tell My Parents I’m Bisexual?FamilyHow Do I Tell My Parents I’m Bisexual?<div class="ExternalClassE23FA10ED3354E38B45B86BD7E6E43E4"><p>​I'm having a hard time coming out as bisexual. I'm embarrassed what my parents will think of me.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass961BE58B956742C88F1EB2D19DFE116E"><p>​We are glad you have discovered our website and are reaching out today.   We can appreciate the apprehension you expressed in your email about coming out as bisexual to your parents.   We understand this is an important topic for you, yet one which your parents may not be comfortable talking about.  Please look at the tip <a href="/Pages/tip-how-to-talk-to-parents.aspx?Topic=Family">How to Talk to Your Parents</a>. This tip offers some steps to take that may be helpful. One of the things to keep in mind, is to find a time when your parents have time to talk and you are all calm, so you can have a conversation.  If the conversation begins to escalate, take a break. It's best to continue at a later time when real communication can take place.  This news may take time for your parents to fully digest and understand, so be patient with them.<br></p><p>We want you to know we are here for you.  Let us know if you would like to talk.<br></p><p> Stay Brave, Keep reaching out.</p><p>Sincerely,<br></p><p>Larry – Counselor<br></p></div>17

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