It stops. But it never ends.

This topic contains 5 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Dame Veronica Graunwolf 1 week, 6 days ago.

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  • #1819

    Tessa Cee
    Ambassador

    We all know how transition begins.

    But how do we know when it ends?

    I’ve been out for ten years and I don’t see any end in sight.

    Anybody? Help!!!!

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     Dame Veronica Graunwolf 
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    Hi Tessa! Thank you for your article. Life is a journey on the road to enlightenment. With each step thru it…there is something new to learn. It does seem an awful waste that we die. We have gained so much knowledge and then it is gone. If we could live longer, just think what knowledge we could pass on to others, what skills we would have to share. As females…..we are the nurturers, the care givers, the sympathizers and most importantly….the trainers in lifes’ gentler aspects. Who do the children run to for help and wisdom? Mother and more offen…..Grandma who has learned more. Embrace the difficulties of your day to day trials….for it will make you a better and more knowledgeable person. Buddah said it all.  Bless you and may you have the strength to continue your journey.

    Dame Veronica

    Dame Veronica Graunwolf

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  • #2404
     Jaime P. 
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    For me, it will never stop.  Struggling with gender identity has been a big part of my life.  I can never forget that I was trying to act like the gender that I was biologically born with.  You can’t run from your past.  So, I try to embrace it.  I am a woman.  I am also a transgender woman.  It’s just who I am.

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  • #2313
     Vanessa Law 
    Managing Ambassador

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    For me the end was when gender stopped being an issue in my life. It just wasn’t a thing I thought about, or stressed about anymore.

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     ‘Eave 
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    I’ve been out for ten years and I don’t see any end in sight.

    Why does there have to be an end. Life is a journey with a riather final destination. We need to make the most of the journey and the destination will take care of itself. I am just starting HRT but this is just a stop on a journey from when I was a child asking why.

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     Cloe (CC) Webb 
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    I just don’t see an end and I’m perfectly happy with that.  In the end I can’t change my DNA – so what?  Plenty of people take pills their entire lives to sustain them .  I see HRT no differently even if there is a possibility I may not have to forever.  These thoughts temper me in my timeline even if it seems so tangibly close.  Knowing it’s a journey and the experiences and lessons I will certainly have makes it all the more worth savoring every last morsel.

    Hugssssssssssss, Cupcake

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