Mom and son having sex
He's in his teenage years and whether he follows a religion or not, he will be questioning his sexuality (right or wrong).He is learning about himself and is probably going through a difficult period where he is transitioning into a man.Give him time to find himself.It's okay for him to experience things until he discovers his likes and dislikes.
If he truly isn't gay, he will find it out on his own.Despite your beliefs, you should still support him through all his choices and lifestyle.When my son, Troy, graduated from high school, his passion was to become a computer programmer.A four-year college could help him reach his goal; however, in todays technological revolution, online classes and resources are giving students a new portal to independent learning.At a fraction of the cost of a traditional degree, students can now tailor their education into a personalized curriculum.
With an ambition to learn code, Troy found Treehouse was a perfect fit.We discovered that students who learn code with a partner (pair learning) are more likely to stay with it and succeed.So I volunteered to learn with Troy.We set up a workstation with two Macs in the living room and started taking classes together.I soon discovered that I was really enjoying coding too.I am an artist and a stay-at-home mom, and now see the possibility of re-entering the workforce with what I am learning today.
Pair learning is a bit like having a workout partner at the gym.We help each other solve problems and discuss topics we are learning.It also keeps us motivated and structured.