As Shelby is here, I shall refrain from ever refering to this person as anything, as he told me to tell no one. And Shelby, if you figure it out, tell NOBODY!!!
On the bus, a guy told me he needed to talk. We went to the back, and then he said that he thought he was either gay or bi. He knew he'd always been bi, but he said he didn't know that it was THIS gay. He was freaking out about this.
It was hard on him. He was crying, and could barely talk. He kept saying how much it sucked, and had the Why Me? attitude.
He asked me how I had dealt with it.
So I explained that I was in denial for years, first thinking I was straight, then bi, then when it FINALLY sunk in I was gay, I was hit hard. I was angry that this had to be me, and I had to deal with this. I got depressed for a few days.
But then, I figured out this inward anger and depression accomplished nothing, and I had to take pride in myself, otherwise I would waste who I was. (Jeff's signature) So, while there are sometimes I still wish I was straight, I am now glad I turned out gay. I love it.
But I thought that he had to think this out himself. So I gave him online resources, (including here) and told him to talk to me if he needed to. Did I do the right thing, and if I didn't, should I now?