Here is just a little summary of how I finally stopped denying my true feelings and accepted myself. I have made my fair share of mistakes. I have also had bad experiences and great experiences. I tried my hardest to deny my true feelings and even "fell in love" with a boy. Then one day I realized I did not really love this boy at all I just felt like he was a great friend and I did not want to lose him as a friend. I had dated boys and girls prior to him to try and figure out what I do and don't like. He was absolutely perfect... For someone who wants to be with a guy. I realized that I was not that someone when I saw how he fit everything I wanted in someone but at the same time fit nothing. I had come out at bisexual to my parents months before for two reasons. One I was scared of how they may react and if it was bad down the line I could say it was just a phase or something like that. Two, I was too afraid of the whole not liking boys thing because to me it was and still is in many ways uncharted territory. So I ended it with him and finally did what I should have done from the get-go and accepted myself for what I truly am. I do not really care for labeling my sexuality not because I can't pick but just because it bores me I guess. When I meet someone I do not tell them about my sexuality or people I am dating because they do not need to know. I do however make sure that what I am would not change their opinion of me because if they will cut me off for not being heterosexual then I will cut them off first so I do not waste my breath.
JustStarting1 JustStarting1
22-25, F
Aug 20, 2014