There's been a lot of press about Bruce Jenner's interview tomorrow night on ABC with Diane Sawyer. For some people, it brings greater understanding of transgender - which is a long emotional and physical process for the person and their family. Many people are curious about Bruce Jenner's transformation. Good luck, Bruce.
We know what transgendered means but how many of you have actually talked to someone who has gone through this process? I have several clients who are transgendered - or going through the process - all male going to female. I have also read the parents of men who have become women after years of pain and suffering. Maybe it's because the clients who find me are more open and spiritual, but they have excepted the changes in the children. FYI: None of the transgendered souls have had their genitalia removed. The men who originally liked sex with men - making them gay - still seem to prefer men after the transition. This is just another aspect of the human equation, along with the countless others, that present challenges to the souls involved.
This week NBC evening news aired special segments about children who realize they're in the wrong body and talk about it openly with their parents. The parents on the show were open to the children's needs and allow them to look like the gender they feel most comfortable with. I would imagine this is not the norm. I wasn't aware that young children feel they're in the wrong body until I followed the life of Angelina Jolie's daughter, Shiloh. I remember reading about Shiloh when she was about three years old saying, "My name is Jon and I'm a boy." It is something Angie and Brad honor and respect. From the Jenner to the Jolie-Pitts ... it's always about the children and their parents.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
occurs on the fourth Thursday of April every year.
The future is the children. You want them to accomplish beyond ...
My children have been lucky enough to have found their careers and excel at them.
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