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PFLAG NYC - My daughter is gay: Do you have a problem with that?
Maria Vittini shares this story of her evolving feelings when her daughter came out: It felt like my suspicion was being ripped apart, I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t talk and I opine I lost consciousness for a couple of seconds, when my daughter said, “Mom, I am gay”, at that moment, it felt like time had stopped, I felt grief, negative stimulus for the dreams that I had for her and an incredible sense of loss. At that moment, I didn’t see her as my elflike girl anymore, I saw her as a threat, a rival, an enemy a stranger. It was so complex that at one stage I considered golf stroke my fists up as if I were going conflict her, , my little girl, my first born, my daughter. That’s once I said, its time to seek help is time period to break the chain, so I upside-down to books, documentaries and anything I could get my hands on to educate my self on what it meant to be “Gay”.
What to Do When Your Child Says: "I'm Gay!" | Psychology Today
Or-- same most parents--some assemblage of these feelings. Well, first, take a heavy breath...(Good advice when first confronting any difficult situation, right? Yes, you read that right, ( I found that some parents get to the state where they credit that the go through of having a gay nestling actually made them a fitter person--more open minded and susceptible to the needs of others, particularly those in other minority groups. As a matter of fact, you power someday look back and find that you are grateful for the natural event of having a gay or lesbian child. Others grew to be braggy of their children's intimate orientation.