Our teen daughter struggles with her sexuality and wants to dress like a boy. We want to help her respect God’s design for sexuality while also keeping our relationship with her strong — but we always end up arguing with her. How can we find a professional therapist who can help us sort it out?
Our grandson is being supported by his parents (our daughter and son-in-law) to “transition” to a girl. They say that if we don’t call him by his new female name, they’ll cut us out of their lives. We don’t know where this is coming from or what to do. How do we show them love …
If I think that my teen might be same-sex attracted, how should I talk to him about it? He’s mentioned the subject several times, so I’m getting concerned.
My teen son had a wet dream last night. What should I do next? How do I talk about this with him?
What does sex education really do? I want my kids to be aware of certain topics that I think are important, but I don’t want them to be exposed to ideology I don’t agree with. How do I know where to start?
I’ve heard a lot of different things about transitioning in children and its connection to gender dysphoria. Is this a permanent condition?
I’ve heard that trans-youth are at a higher risk for suicide. Is this true?
I’ve heard about transgender medical treatments for children and adolescents. Does it work? If so, is it harmful for teens?
What should we do about our young son walking in on us during sex?
What can my husband and I do to help our teenage girl become the woman God wants her to be? In this gender-bending society, we’re especially concerned to make sure that she retains her femininity while also growing up to be a strong, well-adjusted, self-sufficient adult. Any suggestions?