My daughters best freind , our other child by love , is gay. We love and accept him for who he is but lately we are very worried that he is making huge mistakes. He was with his partner for a year ( he is 16 ) and when they broke up his self esteem took a nose dive to a point that he is making bad decisions. He is going from one guy to another, like he is looking for approval or acceptance from them. His real father who he lives with ignores him, we have filled the role as parents. I just dont want to see him sell himself short or get used by someone. What can I do or say that would help him have more respect for himself and not have to go to his father about it. His father does not know that he is gay or he is in denial about it. I also dont want him to feel like we are coming down on him.
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