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Transitioning on a lifeline: Sometimes it takes a death to learn

My older brother passed away two weeks ago.

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I believe I officially started to transition once I accepted my diagnosis of gender dysphoria and that I was transgender. It was a very difficult thing for me to accept at 61 years of age.

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Emma Holiday

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After decades of denial I finally answered the question “What’s wrong with me?” The answer is “Nothing”. I am transgender and I am OK.

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