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Ask her to sit down with you and tell her that it is u who u r talking about. not her! if she tries to argue, listen to her, them make a few points about why u like being bisexual. Chances r, she'll be understanding.
If that doesn't work, u still hav ur dad!
The most important thing to remember is that your mother is still your mother and she loves you. Our parents don't always agree in the paths we chose to walk and the choices we make and there is nothing wrong with that, its what makes us ourselves. Anything like this would take some time especially if its sudden. For example a child first hearing that their parents are getting a divorce is something hard to except at first, it takes time to grow to terms with it. So i'm sure she'll come around sometime just give it some time. I hope this helps.
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