Hey George nice to hear from you. You're right I am 1... well actully I'm a bisexual more so. Yeah I understad how painful it is - I recently came out to my parents and at first my mum wasn't exactly "supportive" she found it very upsetting and franklly she seemed quiet digusted with the whole idea. No no I know I can't push her - I don't want to push her eather. I just wish we didn't have to sneak around as much you know? She gets very upset just takling about it but I'm gonna stand by her no matter what she decides! I did suggest at 1 time maybe we should take a break aroud the time she does tell her mum just to make things easier. You're also right she is a very confused girl right now - she keeps changing her mind and can't decide weather she's actully gay or if she's a bisexual. Yeah I also think maybe if things aren't working out we should move on - even though it's going to be hard. I'm her first relationship I'm her first girlfriend, I'm her first everything! Which may be why she doesn't want to let go. But I'm not giving up on us just yet anyway . I'm gonna try my hardest to help her through.Thanks alot for answering me xx
You both make very good points and that whole thing about finding "mr right" distructive is sometimes how I feel, don't get me wrong God I love my girlfriend more than anything in this world but I find myself breaking down and stressing out and questioning how she feels and then finally just breaking into tears. I want to tell her this myself but how do I do that? Where do I begin to even communicate. I've never been in a relationship where I care enough about someone to do that ... what I'm trying to say is I care about this relationship and don't want to lose my girlfriend. I just don't know how to communicate . I end up contradicting myself when I talk about this, so if I have done or do end up doing it pleazse let me know.
Thanks to you all xxx