Oh geez! I think my cousin is a lesbian! HELP! ^^;

Philippines
March 28, 2007 7:57am CST
Hi! My family has this modern problem...Here's how it goes: I am older than my cousin. I am 22 and she is only 17. She idolizes me and her older brother but she has suddenly changed after graduating from high school. Actually we have noticed her changes when she was still in 4th yr highschool. She has become a bit disturbed and secretive. She didn't want other people even us to know about the things that she used to share to us. We found it to be odd since she has always been open to us about all things. Then, one day, we saw some freaky messages on her cellphone. We thought that it was from a boy in her school but it turned out that it was from a girl. She then started to go out with this girl without us knowing about it. She also gave her money which she secretively got from our pockets and other things. It was pathetic. Everyone was furious. When the secret was out, they sent her here in our country to live with the rest of our relatives here but she is still up to no good. I think she is still contacting that girl who will soon come to our country too. We don't know what to do with her anymore. We don't know if she really is a lesbian and what she really wants to do with her life. Everyone in our family is starting to worry about her. Being a lesbian is not accepted in our family because our family is a bit religious and conservative so it really is a big issue. ^O^ Can you suggest some things that we can do about her? Your help will sincerely be appreciated. Thanks! ^^
2 responses
@unuzzz (1274)
• Indonesia
9 Apr 07
take her to a psychiatrist, that would help much i've once read an article, such homosexual orientation can be cured there's still a way to save her you also need to take her to the church more often religious stuffs will help her to realiaze that such realtionship is forbidden
• Pakistan
31 Mar 07
well if ur family is religious u should help her out thorough religius activities & try consulting a phsycatrics because this thing happens at early age & if it is not corrected now its will be difficult too control afterwards