Wow! ok well I know its a bit late, but I finally came out to my best friend (as of Sep 25). I was so scared and nervous, but she was saying that she likes me for who I am and no matter what she'd always be my friend. So, yea. She asked and then I told her i was lesbian, and I felt so relieved! she was like "thats cool. you're still the same person, and we're still bffl." Now that she knows and it's all out in the open, I feel so much more free and it's amazing! We still talk like crazy and are suer close, and the fact that she is ok with it totally showed me that there is hope and a good chance that others who are close to me will accept me too. I think the next one on my list that I feel the need to tell soon is my mom, whom I plan to tell possibly in Nov. when I go to visit. It's a big step, but there are things I need to sort out w/ my dad, and telling my mom bout me being gay and being able to talk to her will help me work my way up to telling my dad, hopefully. Well yea idk. I'm just so happy that I told my best friend because now I dont have to hide it anymore or fake anything. Just thought I'd share a little bit. Now I know it is truly worth it coming out...the feeling is great and it got a lot off my chest.
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