10 things to do when your child comes out

Learn how to be a supportive and encouraging parent to your LGBTQ child

Don’t worry – you don’t need to have all the answers right away.

Learn how to turn your questions and confusion into confidence and care. Show your child that they’re safe and loved with this list of 10 empowering actions.

What You'll Learn

  • How to manage your emotions during a time of overwhelm. Overwhelm is natural – learn to respond (rather than reacting) so you can show up for your child with compassion.
  • How to understand what your child needs in this moment Our children can sometimes feel shame about who they are. Learn what questions to ask so you can navigate this together.
  • Effective communication among you, your child and your family. Your child has given you the precious gift of trust. Learn how you can communicate and make them feel heard.
  • Parenting strategies to help you navigate complex emotions Your child is looking to you for acceptance and unconditional love. Learn to navigate their potential ups and downs with grace and compassion.
  • Simple – but essential – self-care strategies There’s a reason they tell you to put your oxygen mask on first – learn simple self-care strategies that will keep you energized and present..

Hi, I'm Sarah!

A mother of two wonderful children and a woman taking action to shift anxiety and guilt to confidence and joy.

Three years ago one of my kids came out to me as LGBTQ. I struggled as I watched someone that I love so much experience confusion, fear and isolation. I felt completely helpless.

 In my search for resources and support, I found The Life Coach School by Brooke Castillo. Her coaching model spoke to me and just like that I was on my way to becoming a Certified Life Coach.

This program helped me work through my own challenges and turn my struggle into growth

 

In fact, I’ve created my own unique coaching method based on Brooke Castillo’s model to help encourage and empower members of the LGBTQ community.

Now, I have the honor of teaching other moms (and dads) the skills they need to move out of confusion and overwhelm into confidence and care.

As a parent you want the best for your child, no matter what. I’m here to offer you the right tools and guidance to help you and your children flourish, together.

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