You know, 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.
I have good relations with my father. He know that I gay and he accepted it. I think it very good when parents support you in any cases. I think my family is not so much conservative, that because they understand me and my life styles. Yesterday i watch tv programm where talked about different type of fathers. Its next: depending, on how the father dealing with a child, there are several behavioral images:
Dad on people
I think its maybe interesting, ;)
As for me, I've got quite good relationships with my mother and father. Thanks to God, that my father and my mother are wise enough to accept me, and my sexual orientation as it is, because I think that there would be a serious conflict on this matter. I am a little bit lucky in it, because I've heard lots of examples of bad relationships because of our sexual orientation. Love your parents now and always, because they are worth of it.
My parents are great and I am really sorry that your dad doesn't understand you. It sucks. My situation is different because my dad is an artist, my sis is an artist, my mother is a pianist and maybe because of the, so to say, romantic occupation he understands my way of life, my choice and generally me. When I told them about my orientation he at first was a bit silent and showed little emotion. But some time later he finally said that it was my life and only I could do or not to do with it what I wanted. He didn't changed at all, and I'm proud of him.
I think,first and foremost,being a father means not only showing your love and care,but it is one of the biggest responsibilities in this world.You have to be responsible for your kid,for yourself and for the whole world.How is that?Every one of us should feel responsible for this world,because we are all living in it,and it's for us to change it for the better or at least to try to.It's a wonderful thing to love a child,to teach her what you know,to take care and make sure you do everything right in order for her to become a wonderful human being.Remember one thing-what you give,you will get back,always.
Well, I may say that you are not alone. I also have enormously bad relationships with my dad. If to be honest we do not communicate for almost ten years. He left me and mum when I was only ten and at first he desired to meet me and to spend some time with me. But after he found a new wife and normal sons, (I am not counted, because as he said I am not normal) he decided to forget about forever. Although I feel a real loss, and I still miss him, because he will always be my dad, I have decided for myself stop seeking for meetings. If he doesn't want to see me, I'll do the same.
You know 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.
When my mom found out that I was gay she just said "Well, it's not surprising." With my father, things were a bit more complicated. We never had a wonderful relationship, although I knew that he loved me deep down in his soul and I also loved him. He is a typical hard-working man. Big, bearded, having a beer belly and joking silly from time to time. I realized that I could not hide my orientation for a very long time from him, at that time I already had a boyfriend and my mother wanted to get to know him. I talked to my father and ... nothing happened. He was a bit surprised, but then said that he always noticed that I was not interested in women. We still have very little contact, but he is not angry with me, so I'm very happy
I have a very good, intelligent, loving and caring parents. Of course, when I told about my sexual orientation, my parents were shocked. My mother loves me very much, just the same as my father, but it was much difficult for my father to have truck with me. He didn't talk with me for several months, but then, after some time past, he phoned me and said that no matter what my orientation is, I would always be his son.
i live my dad very much. We always had good relations. He support me in my sport achievements, in my school progress. He helped, when i couldn't understand how to do some task for homework. For several years we live without mother, because she went to another city for work. I can't say, that it was hard to live together. It was hard, that mom was so far. But father always support me, i love him very.much
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