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"I was trying to convince myself that I could be something that I wasn't and so I put all of my faith into that." Pearson speaks passionately about the negative effect of the church's views, saying that "it's scary because a lot of the church continues to teach that this is a choice and they don't realise how damaging it can be in people's lives".
He says that he grew up knowing that he "had attractions for other guys" but that he "felt really horrible" and "guilty" about it, so he "just always tried to push them down".
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Despite his fears, his family has been "unbelievably loving and supportive", Pearson says, calling his now ex-wife Lauren his "biggest supporter [and] biggest advocate" as he's come out to the rest of his family, who have struggled to come to terms with Pearson's sexuality.
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"I want to see people willing to have the conversation in an open way where they're willing to listen to people's stories, which is why I think it's such an important story to tell because it's not just me, there are millions of people going through what I'm going through right now." As for the future, Pearson says that for now he's focused on his family, and getting to know his authentic self. "I decided when I was going through all of this to take at least a year to just to get to know myself as a gay person, to know this new part of me before I start getting to know who someone else is.
I have my ex-wife and my two beautiful kids that we share every other week...
Melanie (Symone) is about to graduate high school, and she's ready to take her first step toward adulthood by hitting the road to explore her college prospects with a few close female friends.
But despite the fact that this trip is strictly "girls only," Melanie's father isn't comfortable with the prospect of his little princess hitting the road without an adult chaperone -- and what better guardian to have while you're out on the open road than the chief of police himself?
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