•go to the bathroom to escape
•feel very uncomfortable without a phone or some other crutch
•dwell on a small awkward for much longer than necessary
•never go to any social event without a person that makes you feel comfortable
•follow said person way too much
•worry about the person beginning to find you obnoxious
•faking an illness to get out of a social event
smoke weed, fine. graffiti, fucking do it man. party at strip clubs, more power to you.
but dont you fucking dare drive while drunk. you could kill someone else or yourself. do whatever you want unless you’re going to fuck up someone elses life.
That’s entirely up to you lovely. Personally, I’ve never felt that announcing my sexuality was necessary, it concerns only me! I ‘came out’ when I introduced my ex as my girlfriend because obviously, she’s a person that was important to me! If I was still a ‘virgin’ to having a girlfriend, my fam would sill assume I was straight and I’d have no problem with that. Coming out was scary and they aren’t homophobic one little bit!
If you want to come out because it’s important, obviously, you should. Personally, that wasn’t the case for me.
Heads up, I have NO experience with this whatsoever so my advice could be completely worthless!
Your mam has lived a longer life than you, you have more opportunities waiting. You can’t live your life pushing away your dreams because of another persons needs, no matter who they are or what they mean to you. Maybe consider becoming a part time carer and have someone else look after her while you can’t? You could perhaps look at part time courses so you’d still be available. There’s always ways around these things but I get the feeling there’ll be a sense of guilt on your half. I guess, it’s safe to say your mother probably wants you to be happy.
I don’t see why it’s important to announce in all honesty. I mean, you’re in a relationship with someone. Why does sexuality need to come into it? Surely, it’s him you’re mostly attracted to. Seriously though, think about it. What significance does ‘coming out’ have?
If you can’t think of anything, then don’t bother. If there’s a reason or you really want to…then go for it. I don’t see why it should be a problem because if he doesn’t accept it, he’s clearly not the right person to be around and the same plies to your friends.
I’d be a stress head without a daily orgasm.. 🙈
You don’t know if I masturbate though.. :’)
See a different GP and make it VERY clear that you want meds. You have to really stand your ground and be convincing.