First and foremost, mending gender dysphoria is not at all about trying to pressurize your queer kid towards conversion therapy. That's some ridiculous bullshit and you should under no circumstances execute that. Moreover, it is all about repairing the confused thoughts of your queer kid regarding one's gender and get your kid out of the struggling dilemma regarding the validation of one's gender. Queer kids from the age of 11 to 18 typically feel gender dysphoric. Broadly, people think that every transgender kid feels that way, but it is wrong. Some queer kids are smart enough to realize their orientations and identities and can easily come over various struggles but a few queer kids including homosexuals and bisexuals, fall into the trap of this dysphoric darkness and struggle hard to get rid of it.
Hence, you as parents or siblings of a queer kid, need to observe and focus on how your kid responds to one's gender and regulates the symptoms of gender dysphoria. Parents must look at how a queer kid is behaving in various environmental conditions, be it at home, in public, at school, in private, while mingling with other kids, while shopping, even while walking. Every single detail must be noted to let your kid grasp and accept the concept of gender.
It all starts with simple nouns and pronouns. If your kid keeps insisting you constantly alter his name to something related to the opposite gender, then you must understand that he is quite uncomfortable in carryi