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Pink Freud is a counselling psychotherapist in training. He currently sees therapy clients part time and manages a large team in a corporate environment when he is not 'in the therapist's chair'. Long term, he wants to specialise in working with LGBT individuals, couples and groups. As a gay man, who came out 10 years ago, he understands the unique struggles of the LGBT community and is here to help. You can e-mail your questions to p.freud@ymail.com and he will respond to you via the Gaysi Family website.
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Ex-Gays.

I am shocked by the amount of stories I hear about or read where people are treated for being gay, to cure them of their ‘disease’.

Ask Freud : Bisexual Dilemma?

Have you asked yourself what it was that the men, you have dated, couldn't give you and left an emptiness, where women have been able to fill that? It could be useful to understand the gaps and the needs to be able to identify this.

Ask Freud : Overcoming Denial

Helping others always seems easier than looking at your own situation objectively. What I’m reading is that you want to do the same for your partner but don’t know how, that is perfectly normal but you can’t be objective in this situation.
Lesbians Dating Woes

Ask Freud : Dating Woes

Normally we judge individuals or have at least an opinion about them within the first 3 to 5 seconds but it seems that you give people a chance before making up your mind.

Ask Freud : Coming Out

Parents always want what is best for their children that does however, not always mean that they agree with what the children want to do or achieve.

Cultural Matrix

Editor’s Note: A couple of weeks ago, Ajay Sathyan wrote a troubling account of his life within the LGBT community. Pink Freud responds to his article.