My son is 17, gay and miserable

We may think it’s enough to just accept our kids sexual/gender identity when they come out. We may think that to love and support them will make them happy and give them the strength they need to survive. But there may be something far more impacting you can do. This powerful letter by John Shore presents a hard truth.  
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  • Gimmel Yod Reply

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