1000 Questions For Couples
Puberty is a time when people separated from their parents and families begin to develop autonomy. Adolescence can be a period of experimentation and many young people are questioning their sexual feelings. Awareness of sexual feelings is a normal adolescent development. Sometimes having homosexual feelings or experiences of youth, confusion about their sexual orientation. This confusion seems to lessen over time with different results for different people. Some young people want and homosexual behavior, but not identify Nonheterosexual lesbian, gay or bisexual, sometimes associated with the stigma of an address. Some young people experience persistent feelings of attraction to the same sex but not commit sexual acts or behavior heterosexual during different periods of time can participate. Due to the stigma, that the attraction of many young homosexuals associated with same-sex attraction for many years before sharing sexually active with partners of the same sex or other places of interest. 1000 questions for couples download free pdf For some young people, this process of discovery of same-sex attraction leads to an identity, lesbian, gay or bisexual. For some, recognizing that identity can end the confusion. If these young people receive support from parents and others who often are able to lead a healthy and fulfilling life and advance in the normal process of adolescent development. Young person is when he or she encounters an nonheterosexual identity, less internal and external resources that he or she is likely to be. Young, leaving early are therefore in particular need of support from parents and others. Young people identify themselves as lesbian, gay and bisexual women perhaps more to resolve problems including harassment and have bad experiences at school. These experiences are associated with adverse effects such as suicidal thoughts and high-risk activities, such as the use of sex, alcohol and drugs without protection. In contrast, most of the lesbian, gay and bisexual young people seem to experience a higher level of health or mental risks. If you have problems, are closely related the experiences of prejudice and discrimination in their environments. A very useful equivalent of prejudice and discrimination offered an important person in the life the child support. Support of the family, at school and in society helps to reduce risks in General and to promote healthy development. Youth assistance and support, high expectations and encouragement to participate actively with colleagues. Young lesbians, gays and bisexuals, even despite the restrictions-tend to like all children, even despite the limitations-a socially responsible, have good knowledge of the problems, a sense of autonomy and purpose, and that looks to the future. In addition, some youth are lesbian, gay or bisexual, because it is not so, the traditional roles (that I knew. and cultural beliefs on the subject, which is the behavior and the equal representation of men and women). If they identify these young people as heterosexual or lesbian, gay, bisexual, and gay are with prejudice and discrimination on the basis of the assumption that they are gay, lesbian or bisexual. The best support for these young people is the school and the social climate, which does not tolerate discriminatory behavior and language. . . .