How to cope with finding out your son is gay
Our members consist of parents, families and friends of gay, lesbian and bisexual people. We most likely have been through much of what you are now feeling. We understand. According to some statistics, one in every ten people in this country and around the world is gay.
How to Cope When Your Spouse Is Gay
If Your Child Says, "I'm Gay"
You've had your suspicions. Maybe your normal sexual appetite is considered by your mate to be excessive, or your spouse doesn't want to have anything to do with you sexually and acts repulsed by sexual activity. Maybe your partner becomes more and more secretive and moody and you notice him or her looking at people of the same sex in a different way. As your world turns upside down, and as your partner comes out, you find yourself reeling. You feel alone, isolated and ashamed. Mixed orientation couples are those in which one member in a relationship is either gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered.
What do you do when you find out your child is gay, lesbian or bisexual?
What can we say to our teenage son who has just announced to us that he's gay? I'm devastated by this revelation. At some moments I'm so angry I could scream.
A flood of emotions overtakes the parents and spills over to their son or daughter. Their initial and subsequent responses will accomplish one of two things -push the child away or pull the child toward the parents. God went looking for them! Genesis