|Dreamy Morning via www.amazon.com|
And I have had major setbacks in my business, which has caused deep worries, and now my old unwanted partner depression, has reemerged. So, I just need to get my personal life back on track, and then all will be great. Finally being post op is just, beyond wonderful. But you still have life to deal with.
|Alana enjoying the view from North Mt., Phoenix, AZ.|
My friends, JJ. whose transition was halted by cancer, but still runs the long running support group, T.G. Harmony. Sharon, who transitioned thirty years ago, and lost her entire family, and then also lost her career, because of it.
Stephanie, who had the unbelievable courage, to come out while working as a police officer, and now leads the Trans-Spectrum Womens Support group. Dana, who formally led Trans-Spectrum. Briana Sandy, who became widely known, after being refused service in a local bar, because she was trans, and then was publicly scrutinized by the media. Raven, musician, songwriter, dancer. Kristina Bachman, author, Eileen, Billie, Mandi, Jenna, Shirley, Cassandra, Paula, Katie, Diana, Laura, Jessica, I could go on!
|Just a selfie.|
They have drilled this crap, into us, so that we just unconsciously believe it. This is a problem I believe for all of society, but it is especially damaging to trans women. We want to see a beautiful, young, pretty, woman in that mirror. But how realistic is that, for a lot of us?