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  • You can change your ad preferences anytime. I was Interesting story of empathic parents helping a not-well-adjusted child come to terms with his homosexuality. Too much detail about things that didn't add to the story. While the parents were terribly John Schwartz. He currently lives in New Jersey with his college sweetheart, Jeanne Mixon.

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    You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Preview this item Preview this item. Oddly normal : one family's struggle to help their teenage son come to terms with his sexuality Author: John Schwartz Publisher: New York, N. Three years ago, John Schwartz, a national correspondent at The New York Times, got the call that every parent hopes never to receive: his thirteen-year-old son, Joe, was in the hospital following a suicide attempt.

    Mustering the courage to come out to his classmates, Joe's disclosure--delivered in a tirade about homophobic attitudes--was greeted with unease and confusion by his fellow students. Hours later, he took an overdose of pills.

    Oddly normal : one family's struggle to help their teenage son come to terms with his sexuality

    In the aftermath, John and his wife, Jeanne, determined to help Joe feel more comfortable in his own skin, launched a search for services and groups that could help Joe understand that he wasn't alone. This book is Schwartz's very personal attempt to address his family's struggles within a culture that is changing fast, but not fast enough to help gay kids like Joe. Read more Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.