DeeAnn Hopings
Registered On: November 10, 2019
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This is one of those situations where there is no substitute for personal interaction. This is very significant event and parents deserve to be told face to face. It is a sign of respect, regardless of how nervous you may feel. What you are proposing would be similar to getting a serious medical diagnosis in the mail.

With any coming out process, independent of orientation or identity, a significant part is helping folks understand how you feel and what makes the decision necessary. Note that your only choices are to be who you are and live appropriately or deny what you know to be true and continually struggle with not being who you are.

As always, an extremely important part of any coming out process is Holding The Narrative. In other words, it is important to tell Your Story as you would like it to be told. Telling your parents with a layer of abstraction involved allows their thoughts to wander off in any direction since you are not there. To my experience, in the absence of information, people tend to make up their own. You will be then forced to try to correct their incorrect assumptions. Being proactive is MUCH better than damage control…

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