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More Resources for Parents to Help Them Better Understand and Respond to the Needs of LGBTQ Adolescents More research is needed to better understand the associations between parenting and the health of LGB youth.The following are research-based steps parents can take to support the health and well-being of their LGB teen: Talk and listen.
To be supportive, parents should talk openly and supportively with their teen about any problems or concerns.
It is also important for parents to watch for behaviors that might indicate their teen is a victim of bullying or violence―or that their teen may be victimizing others.
If bullying, violence, or depression is suspected, parents should take immediate action, working with school personnel and other adults in the community.
This dynamic, interactive training is an ADULT ONLY opportunity to learn and enhance the skills of the adults who work with young people to effectively engage them in their programs and initiatives.
These wallet-sized cards connect holders to loveisrespect’s services and list the warning signs of abuse.