This isn’t about the parent. This is not aobut how you raised your child up to this point. This is not about the parents expectations when they were concieving. This is not about your dissapointment. When you have a child, you are making a commitment to love him/her. You can’t control if they are going to be gay, straight or transgender. You can raise them along the path you set, but since humans each have minds and personalities of their own, you never know what your going to get. Love them. Don’t make them feel disgusted with themselves. Don’t make them feel embarassed. I once thought that the best thing would be to hide my secret from my parents until they died and then live my life to spare them. There were many problems and fustrations. Things could have ended very badly. But once i came clean. Over about 2 weeks everything calmed down. Our relationship has been fantastic since then. I’m now 22 and very happy with life and am happy that my own parents know who i am. ^_^ God Bless!
it would be very wise to show him love at this time.children need to know that you care.this could be a cry for attention also.spending more time with the child can open his heart to you.choosing his favorite thing to do may also help him to express his feelings.show him everyday that you care about him as a person first.tell him how happy and blessed you were when he was born and really mean it.children pick up when we are being insincere.show him in the bible at ephesians 4:22 where it says to “Strip yourselves of your former nature[put off and discard your old unrenewed self]which characterized your previous manner of life and becomes corrupt through lusts and desires that spring from delusion;i hope you also can experience a personal relationship with jesus christ that will set you free as well.
how old is your son. If he’s young, explian to him that boys are boys, and girls are girls, and that they can’t naturally switch places. If he’s older, talk to him about why he feels this urge to remove his body parts and add others. ASk him if he thinks that this is God’s plan for him. If he really wants a sex change, tell him to find out how much it costs. That may prevent it.