That sounds like a really good idea. As I mentioned before, please don't feel any pressure to come out to your Dad if you're not ready or if you don't want to. This is your journey and it's really important that you decide when/if the time feels right.
Do you mind me asking, if you live with both your parents?
It's difficult for me to say as I haven't seen him look at you. Do you like this guy? What do your friends say? I don't think short replies necessarily mean anything as he might be quite shy and not know what to say. What do you think?
I can understand that. I find what often helps in those situations is if you mention your worry at the beginning of the conversation. Maybe you could mention that you want to talk to her about something and that you're worried she might get offended. Maybe you could reassure her that this isn't your intention and if she does feel offended to let you know straight away. Do you think that might work?
Hi Iris, thanks for getting in touch. It sounds like you're worried about your girlfriend. I'm glad to hear she is getting some help. Do you know if she is finding therapy useful? Also, do you mind explaining to me again what it is you're worried about? I'm not quite sure I understood.
It can be helpful to have a long term plan that you can work towards and at the same time try and change your current situation. I've noticed that you often mention external factors that are stopping you from changing your current situation. Things like your work or your parents etc. I'm wondering if there is something you would like to change about yourself that you could work on?
Me and the teacher actually came up with a plan for today and tomorrow. He said he's going to bring up the kayak for me since nobody wants to work with me and I actually think that that's really cool and I really appreciate him doing it.