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I have very bad relations with my father. We used to be good friends when I was 14, but then I have realized that I am gay. Since then he noticed that my behavior changed and when I came out at the age of 17 he told me to leave the house. From that time I live alone and work to have money for my existence. My mother helps me sometimes. I am 21 now, but I feel that the life without my father and family at all is very empty. "But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust." Jesus Christ. What relations do you have with your fathers?

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Peter
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As for me, I wpuldn't say that the relationship with my father is bad. He's the best man I've ever seen in my life. He's wise, inteligent and conscious, so I can always rely on him and ask for some piece of advice. Maybe you don't know everything about your father. Take the time to explore things that you've always wanted to ask him — such as what makes him laugh or how he was raised. Once you get to know your father better, you will have no unfinished emotional business, because you will start to view each other in a different way. Your father may think that he's done a good job of raising you, even though you may look at the same history and think that it was horrible. Your perception is only how you see things. He sees it differently.

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Richard
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Actually, I have no relationships with my father, I almost don't remember him and my mom thinks that that is why I became gay. I still don't understand whether I was born gay or became one, it is almost impossible to understand it by yourself. But many psychologists think that relationships with father can influence on sexual orientation because a boy's behavior in future can depend a lot on having a male behavior model. And a boy brought up by a lone mother are usually more sensitive and take many character features from their moms. So it can, according to the researches, be a reason for boys to become gay.

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Honestly talking my father is very hilarious person as he has never interested my life for so much. My parents have divorced when I reached my 2, because my mother really suffered from that guy, who was irritating her as he does now to me. I do not understand the thing how could person be so not interested to own child when I have not done anything that will offend him. I can’t stand that , why after all these year without father’s love am I supposed to make the condition of mine as he wants to see, that I am a loving son, I would not definitely do that.

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My father is not the best one ever and i cannot call him like that in case that i know not very much about himself as a personality. The thing is that my parents have divorced when i was under the conscious age. I was 2.5 years old , so i have not understand what was going on. After many years i have become very curious about that and my mum told me the real reason of their diverse. My father was working 5 days a week and was coming home not very late, he was 21 then and that means that he tended to be irresponsible in taking care, he was very disgusted in taking me in his hands.

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I have a really solid relationship with my mom and a pretty decent one with my dad...we don't fight or not get along or anything, it's just hard for me to be as close to him as I am with my mom because well... A few years ago when I was in that tween-piece-of-shit stage in my life, I wanted nothing more than to move the fuck out of my house and never look back. I finally realized that my parents are really great people--not just to me, but to everyone--and now that I actually am out of the house, I wish I could go back because I miss them so much.

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We all have the Father in heaven, God loves us and protects us even those of us who don't believe in Him. But it does not mean that our fathers on the Earth are not important for us. I don't have a father on Earth and to tell the truth it hurt me a lot in childhood. I have made up with it and wherever my father is now, I want him to know that I am forgiving him. By the way, despite I am adult now, soon I will have a stepfather - my mom is getting married the 14th of February and I am really happy with it. My relationships with her future husband are normal.

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My father is fantastic. He's probably one of the best human beings I've ever met. I try very hard to be as strong and as moral as he is. Now that I've grown, I find that our relationship has changed from father/son to now like close friends. I'm consider myself a lucky man to have been raised by him and my mother. Sadly, I think I'm in the minority here. That is very saddening. Some of us are lucky, some aren't so much. I do have a strong opinion that a father has a huge amount of influence in their son's life and it could either make them or break them.

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My father is not actually allowed to be called as that , because he is not a very good at that. He has not taken any part in my raising and everything i have now, i am thankful to my mum and grandparent, because they have brought me up . I will never say that i hate my father, but i simply do not feel any respect to him.

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Moro
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to tell the truth I also don’t have very good relationships with my father. I suppose that all guys that once said to their fathers with ordinary sexual orientation that they have completely different view on this them totally broke good relationships with their fathers. I think that only gay father can totally understand you when you one day confess him that you went by his steps. To tell the truth it is very difficult for me not to communicate with him. He is my father and I love him but the problem is that he doesn’t understand me and stopped all communication with me. I am not his boy any more.

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Steve
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I have pretty good relationships with my parents. Firstly, when they got to know that I am a gay, they were confused, but after several conversations, they understood that nothing changed with me, I told them that I loved them very much as it had been before. We are all individual, I explained that it was my personal choice to become a gay, they understood and supported my decision. Now we communicate every day, they have already got acquainted with my partner. I think it is quite essential to have a heart-to-heart talk with your father, all in all, we are always children for our parents in spite of our age or social status. I hope that everything will be okay, wish you good luck! :)

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