Regardless of how you feel about people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual, the bottom line is that your child needs your love and support. Resolution on appropriate therapeutic responses to sexual orientation. Check in with your teen. In many communities, youth groups can provide opportunities for LGBT teens to talk to others who are facing similar issues. Because some LGBT youth are more likely than their heterosexual peers to experience bullying or other aggression in school, it is important that educators, counselors, and school administrators have access to resources and support to create a safe, healthy learning environment for all students.
Remember, you have had time to accept your identity.
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They may try to hurt themselves.