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Issue 55 | January 2019


This newsletter includes information to help lawyers reduce the likelihood of being sued for malpractice. The material presented is not intended to establish, report, or create the standard of care for lawyers. The articles do not represent a complete analysis of the topics presented, and readers should conduct their own appropriate legal research.
How to support children who identify as LGBTQ2+

To say that parenting is a journey of continued learning and unique experiences may be one of life’s biggest understatements. There will be instances of laughter and tears, excitement and frustration, uncertainty and challenges of varying degrees. There is no instruction manual. It’s unpredictable, and sometimes things arise that you may know nothing about. Regardless of your role as a parent, guardian or primary caregiver, you have a choice: to explore new ground or stay put.

So, what happens when your child begins to wonder about their sexuality or gender identity? What if your child identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender-variant, or maybe they just have questions? What should you do? And how can you best support them?

Read "How to support children who identify as LGBTQ2+" from Homewood Health™.

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