Question: I’d love to know how to say I love you

Kei asks…

My Mom and Dad tell me it’s just a phase, but it’s not. My best friends tolerate it, but they don’t understand.

How do you explain to the people you love the most in life that you’re not what they think you are?

Please post your response in the comments below.

» Ask Genderfork «


Posted by on October 21st, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: questions 7 comments »

7 Responses to “Question: I’d love to know how to say I love you”

  1. Lane

    I am puzzling over the same question. If you figure out an answer, let me know. :-(

    [Reply]

  2. Jesse

    Everything is a phase, life is a phase. What is their point?

    I am who I am today. Tomorrow, I will be someone else. People will label me the same, but it’s not the labels that are true… I am true… the labels are never true, except like a watch that doesn’t run shows the right time twice a day.

    [Reply]

    Anonymous replied:

    great response! I might quote you sometime ;D

    [Reply]

    Jess replied:

    Please do…

    [Reply]

  3. Elle

    It sounds like you have explained it to them, and they refuse to listen. Maybe they never will. I know it hurts.

    [Reply]

  4. Anonymous

    My question exactly. I wish you the best of luck, and if you find something that works, please let us know!

    [Reply]

  5. Anonymous

    I feel u. Am going thru the very same thing.
    Unfortunately they cant get in our minds and bodies to experience it for themselves, however, they also must b open to try to understand….sometimes that just takes time. Surround yourself w a support system and work on yourself. You can’t control if or when others will come around…so u must do what is right for u.

    [Reply]


Leave a Reply


Can I show your picture? If you have a Gravatar associated with this email address, it will be displayed as your photo. If not, I'll just put a picture of a fork next to your comment. Everybody likes forks.

Be nice. Judgmental comments will be quietly deleted and blacklisted. There's plenty of room for those elsewhere on the web.

You can use some HTML tags for formatting, e.g. <em>...</em> for emphasis (italics) or <strong>...</strong> for strong emphasis (bold) or <a href="http://(url)">...</a> for links.


Back to top