Stop assuming your kids are straight, please.
Stop letting people punch your son in the shoulder and ask him how many girlfriends he has.
Stop letting people tell your daughter she’s going to break all the boys’ hearts.
Stop imagining a wedding day that isn’t yours.
If you’re heartbroken, or angry, when your kid comes out to you, it’s because you’ve deceived you. It’s not because of a single thing they’ve done or who they are.
If your kid needs to come out to you, because you haven’t already openly offered possibilities for any version of who they might be, work toward it.
They’ve got the whole world to be uncertain about. Make sure your love isn’t at the top of the list.