((i’ve pretty much abandoned this blog, but i really felt the need to answer this question. To be honest with you, I have no idea what you’re going through. When I came out as bi with an extremely strong preference for girls (meaning i was attracted more to the same sex as me than the opposite sex), my family was extremely accepting. Not only that, but I also have a lesbian sister, so I wasn’t alone. However, I’ve been through some things where I’ve felt completely alone, and I feel like while it’s not the exact same, it’s probably quite similar. I’m not really good at giving advice, but I can tell you right now the thing that helps me the most now when I feel alone (which happens more often than I like) is having an adult you trust that you can talk to about everything. I got lucky and met my adult through roleplaying, and while he is quite mature, as an adult is expected to be, he’s also pretty much a teenager trapped in a 23-year-old’s body, AND he’s trans and has felt the whole “i’m so alone” thing, so we get along like best-teenager-friends and not a-teenager-and-adult-friends. While you may not be as lucky, i know there is someone out there, adult or not, that is willing to talk to you and help you. There always is, you just have to figure out how to find them. I’d say if you’re old enough to drive or if there is some sort of method of public transportation you can take, try to find a support group, or just a LGBT+ group that you will feel comfortable in. If that’s not an option, try to find an online group that you’ll feel comfortable in.
I apologize. I know I’m not good at this, but I felt like I should at least try. If there’s nothing else you can do, you can always come off anon (or not, if you’d prefer to stay anonymous) and talk to me at my main blog, which you can find here.))