I recently read a post that encouraged me to do the one thing I have been fearing most! come out to my mom. I said eff it! im going to tell her. and turns out she was shocked. but she was not mean or angry or disgusted. she was sad that I thought I would be thrown out once I told her. she said she would love me no matter what. and I will always be her baby. and we talked about what I feel and why I feel it for a while. then hugged anddd she went to sleep! im soo ready to get this part of my life going! also im looking for friend here sooo add me if you'd like! thank you =)
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