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Tips for parents of trans/gender questioning teens

Parenting a teenager is hard enough these days; it’s a challenge you can’t fully be prepared for. this person who’s been in your life for SO many years is becoming ...
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Tips for parents of Transgender and/or gender questioning teens

Parenting a teenager is hard enough these days; it’s a challenge you can’t fully be prepared for. This person who’s been in your life for SO many years is becoming ...
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Where are you going?

Where are you going? What path are you on? Where does it go?When and how are you going to get there? Do you NEED to know where it goes? How ...
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How do we do the dance with control?

Recently I heard someone say “There’s not a whole lot that I can control”, and the beautiful duality of this phrase hit me, so I felt like writing about it ...
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Relationships in transition

Often times, when a couple experiences one partner coming out as transgender or gender questioning, it feels like the world has turned upside down. For all parties involved, there’s a ...
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Wayfinding

Being the parent of a toddler entails a lot of Disney viewing.  I repeat: A LOT. Thankfully, one of the movies on regular rotation in my home is Moana, which ...
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Gratitude for what sucks

We’ve all heard about the benefits of having gratitude for things; the benefits it has on our emotional and mental well-being, the perspective shifts it creates. And when we think ...
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What I’ve learned from Bohemian Rhapsody

As I’ve shared here before, I am a huge fan of the band Queen. Freddie Mercury is one of my heroes, and the music of Queen is the soundtrack of ...
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The Messy Middle

There is no easy, linear path to growth or change. It’s really important to know this. Unfortunately we’re not usually told the truth about that. In fact, I don’t think ...
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Becoming You and Making Space

Growing more into yourself and what matters to you inevitably means that some people will not want to stick around. Sometimes people don’t like the new, improved version of yourself ...
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