Things Bisexuals Should Know
Even today, in this open-minded world, it's still a struggle to admit that you are different form others. Thus many bisexuals choose to keep silent, not wanting to be labeled as bisexual. Although it's get easier for bisexuals to make friends since the online dating site were springing up all over the world, is that really what you want? Hiding the person who you really are and always being careful, life comes to burden for you. Everyone likes to be free of who they are, rather than hiding themselves. In most cases, as many bisexuals said, only the first time is hard, and it will become easier and easier once you broke the ice and came forward. However,have you ever imagined if people around you won't judge you, what will you be? Whether you choose to come out or not, it's your own choice. What I do now is to tell you what you need to know if you choose to come out.
- Make a clear understanding of yourself
When you choose to come out, the first thing you need to think about is who you will tell first. Actually, the first person need to be yourself. Yes, that's you. Are you really bisexual?Or only curious about both gender? Take some time to discover yourself, do you really like the lifestyle of a bisexual? If your answer turns out to be yes, then you can consider coming out.
- Pick a right time to come out
If you make the decision to come out, prepare a good mood for it. Remember not to just announce it with a grim voice and blank face, that could only make people think that you're going to confess something bad. So, choose a day when you have a good mood and say it like you are telling something normal. What's more, you could start the conversation like this:" You know I trust you, so I want to tell you something honestly..."
- You don't have to come out to everyone
Most bisexuals choose not to come out to everyone in their lives because it's the detail of your personal life and you're not ruled to tell anybody who knows you. The person that you need to come out could be your parents, your best friends and other people who loves you, support you, and who will be there for you whatever you are.
- Don't be stressed
However close the person whom you choose to come out will be to you, they need time to accept all of the things you just told them. So be patient for them and don't put so much stress both on them and you, it will cost some time, but you'll come to the day. They are persons who love you, and they will come around and be with you sooner or later.
- Once you come out, prepare for some weird questions
Be calmed about these questions like "Are you never going to be married?", "Will you live with the person who's not bisexual?" Many people know nothing about bisexual, so there's maybe some misunderstanding about you. Just keep a good mood and tell them that you are still the person they know, and you are sure about what you are doing.
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