What changed when you came out?
Last Updated: 09/30/2019 at 12:37pm
Melissa Hudson, MS Ed, PhD(c), LMFT
Marriage & Family Therapist
I work with clients of diverse backgrounds on a multitude of concerns. My approach is, at times, directive, yet always curious, nonjudgmental, collaborative, and validating.
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Coming out is an experience that is very different for everyone. In many cases, people feel more free afterwards because of the chance to expresses themselves openly, and freedom is the key to happiness. For many people, confidence improved, and many were also able to find the support they needed. However, it's ok to take your time until you feel ready to make this important step!
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