in a discussion I wrote I wanted to speak to someone who teaches get their view as we had been talking about schools. .I couldnt remember where I have written it .hits my head with hand.I wanted to share what they wrote to me so put in a discussion box. This is serious.& a problem for all teens.but I think it is much more serious when there is a question of sexual orientation.In the school where I taught the cruelty multiplied and intensified incredibly when there was such an issue involved..what s needed is all the love and support they can get and because of the stigma and social norms attracted problems are worse like being rejected by their own families..I sure dont have an easy answer..I think the basic answer to all problems is love and accept getting everyone to buy into that philosophy is not easy..the person who sent me this is very caring and I know they did things to help all students..more than teach ..for myself the teenagers are all going out into the world doing their own thing ..I will miss each of them I have toothbrushes and duvets ten sometimes..I hope each of them go out into the world now and give love and accept nobodys different
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