Hello there, I am able to answer a broad spectrum of questions. These range from the dilemma of coming out of the closet, doubts of your sexuality, understanding the reason behind homosexuality, signs of a homophobe, whether someone is interested in you, and homosexuality in the context of Christianity. The questions asked and my given answers are not limited only to the field of homosexuality. You are welcomed to approach me with family, school, emotional or psychological issues you are dealing with. Here is a link to a collection of my answers on the issues listed above: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Gay-Lesbian-Bi-3185/2008/7/ANSWERS.htm
I am a bisexual teenager and have heard a lot of stories from people with various backgrounds. You do not have to be afraid of any judgements as I seek to understand the psychological mechanism of cause and effect of a person's behavior.
I do not have any Education or Credentials in this field. Nonetheless, having had a large amount of time spent on research and reading valid resources, I believe that I am able to provide you some guidance.
Homosexuality is not inborn. It is the result of environmental factors such as abuse during the developmental ages and is able to occur during adult years due to perhaps a traumatic relationship. Parental divorce is also a possible persecutor of homosexuality. Every person's life is individualized and unique. We have to look back into the past for it is that which paves our future.
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