The holidays are approaching and things have been strained between you and your child since they told you they were gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. Wouldn’t
it be nice if you could all enjoy them free of the strain and stress?
- Would you like to talk to someone who has been there and understands?
- Would you like that person to be kind, supportive and non-judgmental?
- Wouldn’t it be great if in 15 minutes, you could see a shift in your relationship with your child that will allow you to enjoy the holidays with them?
For the last several years, I’ve been an unflinching ally to the LGBT community in issues from marriage equality to healing families struggling to accept their LGBT children. I know what it’s like to be told your child is gay and what is means to adjust expectations and deal with a roller coaster ride of emotions. One minute you envision your child growing up, getting married and having children. Then you’re told they’re gay, lesbian, queer, or trans and you no long know what to expect. You feel like your world has been turned upside down.
Because I know how difficult the holidays can be when you’re also adjusting to this new information, I’m opening my phone to talk to parents of LGBT youth who are struggling with acceptance on the day before Thanksgiving. I will give each parent 15 minutes of my undivided attention.
What I offer is to guide parents and their kids to communicate effectively, trust one another and accept one another where and as they are.
Don’t be shy! Here are the details:
Date: Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm PST
To speak with me in person, privately: 415-987-3194
- It’s free to participate. No opt in is required.
- Sessions are 15 or fewer minutes. If you get voice mail, leave a message or call back in a few minutes
While there may not be a magic bullet, you can have a joyous holiday and celebrate together in love and harmony. Join me and let’s make a difference in your holidays this year.
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