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Noble Member     United States of America, California, Cathedral City
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Aria:

Whenever I see messages like your, this thought always crosses my mind:

You’re nit the first,
And you won’t be the last.

This journey is a process and some discover their true identity sooner; others later. That’s just how it goes. I didn’t come out until 67 and with a bit of luck, next week I’ll be 75. It is not unusual for people to wish they had made their discoveries sooner, but that raises the question as to whether or not they would have been ready at some point in the past. Maybe, maybe not. I think the only thing that is important is to take whatever steps are necessary.

It is not an automatic that couples will separate when one person comes out as transgender. It may be the higher probability, but many couples do stay together. My 2nd wife and I have been together for 18 years including 8 after I socially transitioned. Offhand I can think of 3 other couples who have been together for close to 10 years, if not longer. It just depends.

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