“Nothing is permanent.
Everything is subject to change.
Being is always becoming.”
I’m not an expert in raising LGBTQ kids. Mine was 18 when they came out and while that might be the legal age for some things, it doesn’t mean they were an adult by any means. Since we were about to embark on a second puberty, they were far from grown up. But having experienced the last five plus years, I’ve found a few things to hold true.
- Your child comes first. Love them. Accept them. Support them.
- A name is just a name- no matter how attached you might think you are to the one you gave them, you will be surprised at how quickly you adapt to a new name when you just accept it.
- Let go of what society and you consider gender norms. Open your mind to new possibilities.
- If your child holds…
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