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friend in need - July 31st 2010, 04:15 AM

hello(: i have a friend who's name is justin. he is bisexual he tried hiding it from his mother for a while but his sister found out and wound up telling her. she doesnt except it and would honestly rather him be gay (which i dont understand) and he isnt sure how to handle it. he has tried to talk to her bout it and it turned into a fight and didnt help a thing. he isnt sure what to do about it and he knows i use this website and asked if maybe i would ask if anyone has any advive. well thanx for taking the time to read this.
   
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Re: friend in need - July 31st 2010, 03:43 PM

If bringing the topic up to his mother just upsets her then he should give her some time to think about it. Sure, she might not accept it for a while but all parents have to get used to the fact that their child is "different" I suppose. In my opinion, all he needs to do is keep living his life like he is.. and you should be there for him. It's always best to have a friend around, especially after a falling out with a parent.


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Re: friend in need - July 31st 2010, 06:46 PM

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If bringing the topic up to his mother just upsets her then he should give her some time to think about it. Sure, she might not accept it for a while but all parents have to get used to the fact that their child is "different" I suppose. In my opinion, all he needs to do is keep living his life like he is.. and you should be there for him. It's always best to have a friend around, especially after a falling out with a parent.
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This is what he should do.


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