Coming to terms with who you are, and the pronouns that will feel comfortable using, can be challenging but it’s the first stage of accepting who you really are. Who you were born to be is not shaped by choice and circumstances, it is shaped before you have a choice to be who you are meant to be.
Sexuality and gender form a big part of who we are. Those who identify as LGBTQ+ may be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual, pansexual, asexual, queer, non-binary or questioning (or may define their gender and sexuality in different ways), can often face prejudice and discrimination.
Negative reactions and outdated attitudes can attack your self-esteem. It can feel exceedingly difficult to stay positive about who you are. Our aim is to take you to a place of choice, acceptance, confidence, and strength to embrace your belief in self-acceptance and compassion for you.
Someone to speak to
Finding someone who is non-judgemental, who you can honestly open up to, can be a source of great relief and comfort. It can also give you the space to reflect on your emotions and the emotions of the people in your life.
Our service is there to provide you with an opportunity to explore your true self. We are never there to judge in any way. We aim to help you feel comfortable about who you are. We are there for you to find strength, the acceptance and joy of being you, and to help you deal with the prejudices that sadly still exist in today’s society.
We’re here to listen and support you, no matter what’s going on in your life. Celebrate the wonder of you!