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Response to Prism (Reply #5)

Sat Sep 5, 2015, 09:05 PM

6. I'm sorry that you had such a difficult time.

I hope that you are in an environment where you are loved and accepted and supported for who you are. Your post reminds me somewhat of what Dr. Sachs went through.

I think a remarkable and wonderful thing about my son's generation of kids is how accepting they are of different races, nationalities, sexual orientations they are. I'm sixty, and in m lifetime, it wasn't until I was in my teens when being LGBT stopped being considered a mental disorder. As a young man, I was somewhat of a homophobe myself, although I couldn't hold a candle to my father and step mother. They made my little sister's life MISERABLE when she revealed her bisexuality. I think hat that may have contributed to her suicide at 29 in 1996.

I wish you happiness, joy and peace.

PEACE!

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