What kind of household are you maintaining? Is it Christian, atheist, or another religion? Either way I feel the answer relies within love. All teens are looking for it in different places and for parents it is important to understand that consistency is an important expression of love. I think talking with her and being open about your feelings about her bisexuality is important. Teens are very smart and honesty is the best way to start a foundation of trust and communication. It is clear you have unanswered questions about her sexuality start with trying to get the full picture of her identity. Ask her things like... how long has she been bisexual, what makes her think that she is bisexual, etc...View Thread
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