Psychologist Dr. Andrew Sodergren, an expert in gender dysphoria, talks about the phenomenon of rapid onset gender dysphoria and how to approach a child who thinks that they are the opposite gender of their anatomy.
Top 3 Take-Aways:
- Gender-related issues are on the rise.
- Attachment can help children be less vulnerable to gender dysphoria: A – be accessible, emotionally and physically, R – be responsive, and E – be emotionally engaged.
- If your child expresses gender dysphoria, first pray, then become informed.
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Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine
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