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treatment for bi curious people..

hi, i have recently figured out that my best is bi curious and he is a really good friend of mine.. is there any treatment for this?
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Hi,
AnnieBrrok's comments looks more appropriate. As such this issue appears to be not medically confirmed either way.You can have a look at the following link:

http://fathersforlife.org/gay_issues/gay_gene.htm

Solace
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he just recently started behaving weird and said that i am sorry and i asked for what and he said nothing, i forced him to tell me and he just said that he is bi-curious and thinks that everything is just because of his mind.. and i have a mixed reaction to do this.. i don't know how to help him becasuse i think its just in his mind or maybe he also wants to be straight.. i think i should ask him to see a therapist..
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People's sexuality is not just "1 - totally gay" or "10 - totally straight" on a 1 - 10 scale of which sex they find appealing.   People are 2 or 3 or 4 or 8 or 9.  Also, circumstances can affect whether someone acts on the tendencies they have.  There is no 'treatment' per se to make someone who is a 2 into an 8 or 9 (any more than there is to make a 1 into a 10).  The main reason some people in his position might want to talk to a therapist is to explore what might be the results (and in some societies, penalties) for acting on bi-curious feelings.  
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No! if he wants he could see a therapist when you said "bi curious" is he just talking about it
or is he BI ?
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