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    I just.....don't get it. How can some peoples' parents be so, cruel to their children? I don't give a flying fuck if your kid isn't "normal", but then again, WHO THE FUCK IS NORMAL?! Nobody, that's who. Nobody, and I mean NObody, should EVER treat their child like trash based on sexuality, clothing style, kinks/fetishes, hobbies, or ANYTHING! It just....pisses me off SO MUCH seeing my girlfriend and one of my best friends being put through literal hell on earth for their whole lives because of something so goddamn trivial! A bunch of rightwing nutjobs who don't deserve to be parents if you ask me. I come from a pretty damn supporting family, but I'd like to come face to face with the parents of my girlfriend and my best friend and just slap them across the face for being such awful parents and humans. Apologies for the language, but when I get heated about something, that's when the gloves are off.

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    Welcome to the human race BlackWing. I'm sorry and it is sad that you have to see this.
    As much as you would like and as much as they deserve it don't step in.
    Be there for your girlfriend and friends. Listen and be a shoulder to cry on or what ever else is necessary.
    Vent here and we will listen. Doing anything else would only add fuel to the fire and make their situation worse.
    You are someone who cares and that in itself is a tough job.

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    I remember telling one of my friend's the following when in High school. It really helped them move on.

    "Some people don't get to have good parents. Nothing you do will make them better parents. Life will get better once you move out and they no longer have control. Your relationship will improve, but they will still not be good parents. Stop trying to gain something they will never give you. You gotta let the idea go."

    It's not pretty, and it's not going to help everyone, but I still think it's true. It sucks watching the people we love suffer. All you can do is be there for them when they need someone to lean on. It's important to remind them they aren't alone, and there is light at the end of the tunnel.

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    BlackWing. I went through the same thing with my parents. Its closed minded people who think that all people should do the same thing like everyone else regardless of individual choice. I'm sorry your Girlfriend is getting this treatment from her parents especially from family... And to quote what you said "No one is Normal" I agree being abnormal is vastly becoming the normal.

    To add on what Ringer said
    Don't add fuel to the fire possibly the worst thing to do... They will only get worse for her and you
    And be the family they are not. Support her and be there for her. Be the ear and open-minded person she needs.
    And lastly if you need to talk to someone we are always here for our family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaLoneDigi View Post
    I remember telling one of my friend's the following when in High school. It really helped them move on.

    "Some people don't get to have good parents. Nothing you do will make them better parents. Life will get better once you move out and they no longer have control. Your relationship will improve, but they will still not be good parents. Stop trying to gain something they will never give you. You gotta let the idea go."

    It's not pretty, and it's not going to help everyone, but I still think it's true. It sucks watching the people we love suffer. All you can do is be there for them when they need someone to lean on. It's important to remind them they aren't alone, and there is light at the end of the tunnel.
    Just I've something similar - I see for all sides of the world parents (sometimes excesively) supportive and sometimes (guess today more frecuently) very ignorant (and tehere's when it gets cruel) into needs of their kids. If parents are misattending their kids at some important aspects, so those kids are... Aren't happy - getting deprese, are bullyed etc...

    I'm descendent of one lost alcoholic (my father - died in 2003) and as I force memory, can't see anything positive related with him - only punishments and discusions. I envy the people with supportive family ambience.

    Another thing is the "very protective parent," it can end at the same, because "Don't do..." or "This kid isn't good friend to you..." and long etc., because parents don't allow anything to do. Bored kid ends unhappy.

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