There really isn't a fool proof way to come out. Different people have different situations and therefore different options or actions that make more sense for the individual. I'd start by telling the person I trust most in the world; your mom, best friend, etc. See how it goes from there. It's understandable for your family to freak out a little, put yourself in their shoes. But, if your friends can't accept you for who you really are, they aren't very good friends to begin with. The people closest to you probably already know without you having to say anything.
Tell someone you trust first, someone you know won't judge you. Then, move on to your parents. Think, are they religious? Do they accept other homosexual people? Even if they don't, you MUST TELL THEM. if you don't you'll never be truly happy. They're bound to be shocked, but shocks wears off. Picture the worst possible outcome, and you'll probably end up being pleasantly suprised! Hope this helped
well if they really love you they will except the fact. I mean Im a lesbian and I have the nerve to stay off girls and stuff but sometimes it comes to me and I have to just touch a girl I know its gross but what Im getting to is that they will help you through it like my mom helped me through it (:
i think you should tell your mom. You seem like youre ready. go for it. you're still her daughter, her baby, so you have nothing to be afraid or nervous about. or if u want, sit your family down and tell them. i hope everything works out for you, and if you're happy, i bet they will be too.
I had the same problem, you should tell someone who you feel you can trust and who will support you throughout, at the end of the day if they are true friends they will help you. As for building up courage just think...you dont want to hide away forever do you?
Should I tell my sister? My best friend? My mom? Who should I tell first, it's so confusing. How do I build up the courage? (Yes, I am one hundred percent sure I'm a lesbian, so don't even bring that up.)
i tried to post one before that....idk if it showed up. you dont have to tell everyone at once. just when you are comfortable. most importantly, stay true to yourself.
I know two girls, my age, who are bisexual. But my closest friends are straight and I feel like they would look at me differently.
come out to someone you can trust someone who won't judge and will understand. DO you know any other lesbians?
who cares what other people think dont let it bother you
good luck <3