I first noticed my attraction to women about 7 months ago. Until that point, I had always been straight. I have been struggling with my sexuality since then. I haven't been in a relationship nor anything sexually with a woman. I have just recently come to terms with being bisexual. I haven't told anyone other than a few of my closest friends. Growing up in a very conservative Christian home that freely voices their opinions on bisexuality/homosexuality has led me not to tell my family. I still live with my parents and have also thought about the consequences. I have a really good job, but can't afford my own place. So I feel like I have to keep who I am hidden. The friends that I have told are very supportive. I also have people that I see every day that has picked up what's going on. These same people have started to whisper when I walk by or just avoid me altogether. I am starting to seriously stress myself out over everything to the extent of just wanting to cry constantly. Anymore, most days when I get off work, I go home and sit in my room listening to music. I'm not really sure if I'm asking for advice or what really. I just needed someone to listen.
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