Coming out is more common than you think. People often assume that it is a one-time process, or reserved for the teenage years. In reality, it is a perpetual process, and it is experienced by people of all ages. I come out on a regular basis. People make assumptions about my sexuality and gender identity, often because of my wedding ring and the fact that I am a father of two children. So when they start to refer to a wife that does not exist, I have to clarify things.
As it is such a common process, here are a few tips to help if your loved one comes out –
If you need to talk about coming out, sexuality or gender identity, get in contact today. You can book online, and an initial telephone call is free.
Chris Warren-Dickins LLB MA LPC
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