Sarah Daily says coming out to her family wasn’t easy.
“I started crying she started crying,” Sarah Daily said.
“When Sarah first told me four years ago, I was devastated. I couldn’t speak the words. I couldn’t tell anyone.” Sarah’s mother Pam Daily said.
Through a Facetime conversation, her emotional mom shares the difficulty she had accepting her daughter, but 4 years later Pam supports her daughter and the high court’s decision.
“I think it’s going to give all of us the opportunity to continue to talk to each other with respect even people we don’t agree with we have to respect and dialogue with them,” Pam daily said.
Words that Sarah never imagined her mother would say as she struggled to understand sarah’s relationship with her partner Colette Mora.
“To hear her go from that to accepting it’s amazing”, Sarah Daily said.
Psychologist Gary Stollak predicts eventually same sex marriage will be looked at as normal.
“If it’s not directly affecting us, in the long run we adapt to the social changes” Gary Stollak said.
But for sarah and her mom, that process is not only under-way— it’s now complete.
”It feels so good. Honestly I didn’t think she would ever accept me, I didn’t think that even if I ever got married legally that should even come to the wedding.”