Dear Anyone Love Advice  
Love Advice



1. Read the letter below asking for advice about love.
2. Click on a heart to give your advice.
3. View the voting results in this box. Repeat.

Dear Anyone,

Because of harmful sexual experiences when I was very young, I had trouble dating guys in high school, so I began dating girls. I don't know if it was my choice of girls or my inability to let down my walls, but in the end I always saw them as little more than just a friend.

I contemplated trying my hand at dating guys again, after all I had never really given it a fair try. But I didn't feel like I could explore that side of me. To everyone who knew me I was a lesbian...and to be anything other than that would have stirred up too much. I found it easier to deny, deny, deny...

I am now 21 years old, and I've found "the perfect girl" (We'll call her Robin). If ever there was a perfect match it's us. We are more than just lovers, we're best friends, almost family. I've never felt closer to anyone in my life.
Because of Robin's love and acceptance I now feel as if I'm standing on solid ground. It's given me a chance to really look at myself, and my past. I'm starting to question sexuality. I'm not 100% sure that I am gay. Maybe I should date a guy to find out? She has said that I need to do what I need to do and she understands my situation. She says we will always be, at the very least, best friends. But I know that if I explore the possibilities it's going to hurt her no matter what happens. I don't want to loose Robin...but I don't want to live the rest of my life with her, wondering if I'm where I'm supposed to be.

All Grown Up and Ready to Know


Vote for Option A   
A:  Stick with Robin. Love is hard to find and you're lucky to have found it.
Vote for Option B   
B:  Take a break and seek the truth. If she loves you she will always be there for you.
Vote for Option C   
C:  Let go and ride it out. Whatever is meant to be, will be.

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