Daughter disowned by parents for being gay refuses to help parents financially, wonders if she’s cruel
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Parent, Family and Caregiver Support, According to the American Psychological Association (APA) very worth it Especially in helping children and young people cope with adversity when facing stigma and prejudice related to factors such as race/ethnicity, gender, disability, sexuality, weight and socioeconomic status.
For example, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adolescents who are accepted by their families and caregivers are more likely to have healthy development in adolescence. For example, they actively participate with their peers, demonstrate individual autonomy, and look forward to the future. So it’s sad that the author of the post had to grow up as an outcast, and her heartwarming that she managed to do so.
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In an increasingly polarized world, conversations about children who have stopped talking to their parents have become somewhat common. 2015 study A survey conducted by the UK estrangement charity Stand Alone showed that 5% of estranged parents started it themselves.
“We rarely hear from parents because separation from their children is so taboo, both in research and in popular culture, and there are very few non-critical forums to talk openly about their experiences,” says Lucy. Blake said.University of the West of England, Bristol, specializing in estrangement Said BBC.
The reasons parents end relationships with their children are similar to the reasons children cut off from their parents. According to Blake, the most commonly cited are family conflicts, differences in personal values (such as religious beliefs), substance abuse, and other harmful behaviors.