"Just because someone doesn't love you the way you want to be loved, doesn't mean that they don't love you with all their heart."
It sounds silly doesn't it? It's just hair.
Here are the responses I wish I could have given those times someone said something hurtful about me or the LGBTQ+ community
Depression and Anxiety can go for years without being treated because it's easy to confuse the signs with normal emotions or because we attribute the sadness or stress to a certain event and expect the feelings to go away. It's important to recognize both of these so that we can get help as soon as possible.
Coming out to someone is always hard, it's harder when you know they have been taught to disapprove of the LGBTQ+ community. In this letter, I come out to my very conservative, catholic parents. I wrote this as preparation for what I would say in real life, but they never allowed me to get the words out. I chose to share it with you because I know a lot of people struggle with being accepted by their families. I thought this letter could help give you ideas.
I'm here to be happy. I'm here to enjoy life. I pledge to let myself be happy.
How I had to have my ass kicked before I finally won the war.