What Woud you Do??

Would you turn your back on your child if they told you they liked the same sex?? i mean would u disprove and not want them?

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    06/30/14
    amanda
    No. I would love and support my children no matter who they choose to love so long as they treat my child with love and respect in return.
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      07/01/14
      Thank you Debi i have lost my parents because they disapprove of me being with a gril to read this touched my heart thank you.. i just want my mom back but she wont accept me it hurts every day
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        07/13/14
        hasnt happened yet she wont even ask me to come see her she thinks ill bring my girlfriend with me and it hurts so much my whole family doesnt ask to see me anymore,,
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          07/13/14
          i haven't talked to my mom over 5 months a couple weeks ago she called me finally drunk and asked me when did this happen and y didn't i tell her like liking girls was a dsease or something it hurt,, and she keeps screaming she not ready to meet her and i should leave her alone.. it hurts so much i just dont get i t i have a daughter and i would never do this to her,, i live in pain everyday cause i dont have a mom or dad who accept me for who i am it s really hard
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            07/13/14
            thanks Debi you made me feel better its just me and mom used to talk every day now its like hardly ever she never anwsers the phone its tough on me i feel if she cant accept my girlfriend she wont accept me so i should let this relationship go,,
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              07/13/14
              Debi your so nice and very sweet thank you so much you really made me smile this is been really hard on me thanks so much really..
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                07/13/14
                In this day and age with all the cultural sensitivity issues that help us broaden our horizons - so to speak, I would embrace my child's sexuality and support him/her. It might feel awkward at first, but I would seek counseling so I can process my thoughts and feelings and at the same time help him/her to know that I am always there for them.

                I think that people whose upbringing were real rigid or extreme left or right wing without having a chance to explore and be exposed to other peoples' lifestyles tend to have a more difficult time with lifestyles that they're not familiar with. For instance, my mom is very strict, and I feel has an imbalanced view point on A LOT of issues, but I've learned to ONLY engage with her on light, casual topics because I don't want to be disappointed if/when she says ignorant/demeaning things.

                My heart goes out to you as I've been in that stage in my life where I really needed my mother. The great thing is that there are so many women out there who can play that "other mother" role for you. We live in a society in which we can have friends of varying ages and genders. What got me through my 20s and early 30s is connecting with mom figures whom I looked up to and who gave good, sound advice that I could trust.

                Don't lose hope and keep your emotional health safe :-) Hugs to you.
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                  07/22/14
                  Thanks MaryJane that was so sweet.. Yea i dont know but when she asked me when did this happen the way she sounded acted like i had a disease or something it hurt.. She will never wanna meet her. It hurts and to lose my mom over this sucks but i can only live my life.. And be happy with my choices in my life.. So yea it sucks cause i need my mom but i have Ronnie and my kids half the time so it isnt that bad.. I just sometimes need her more on the bad days.
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                  Born: Plano, Texas
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