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My 1st question is: Where is the Medifast menu that allows me to enable cookies on a Mac with Firefox? Hoping for any answer. 2nd question I got is.. While this might seem like an Off Topic title, bear with me..

I watched the show tonight on CNN, the story of a man, Steven, who hid who he was from childhood, until it could no longer be kept a secret. However you may feel, morally, about the process of transgender reassignment, there are certain salient similarities to the experience of those of us who are making our own physical, emotional, and spiritual reorganization..

He made the decision to confide in his family and friends, became willing to give up the life he knew, and become the person he had always wanted to be. He underwent invasive.

Surgery.

, altered his body irreparably, changed the way he dressed, moved and spoke..

Piecing together a new personality, inside and out. was a long term transition, not accomplished by.

Surgery.

, but enabled by the.

Surgery.

To bring life changing processes to take place. His transition is a life long journey..

After.

Surgery.

, Susan dealt with misunderstanding and ad hominem attacks that occurred because people just did not know what to do with this lifestyle anomaly. She lost her job, place in society, and he marriage. Her son dealt with the changes in his dad, and eventually accepted this new person as a parent, who loved him more than ever..

Over time, with support from others like herself, Susan began to feel some value and purpose for her new personality. With medication,.

Exercise.

And practice, she learned how to manage her new body and put all the pieces together to make a totally new person emerge..

Now she shares her experiences to help others like herself, giving and forgiving others and receiving help as she help others..

Not really OT at all, when you think about it......

Comments (11)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

Although I personally have never met anyone transgender........I don't and won't judge people for being...........who they are..

I do have a cousin who is gay..........that doesn't make him any less my cousin or someone who shares my families blood.

Running.

Through his veins..

If more people in this world would learn to accept people for who they are, our world would be a much better place..

Unfortunately there are people who choose to hate, rather than take the time to understand something that makes them uncomfortable. Those people I feel sorry for.........what a shallow life they must have..

I agree the paralles of Susan's story, are pretty much like what we are going through..

Acceptance.

Is something everyone strives for...

Comment #2

Great account of the story and I agree with you that there are many, many parallels. Thanks...

Comment #3

Wow! The parallels are amazing. Thanks for posting this...

Comment #4

My pastor has a sign in his office that says it all for me, " we are all brothers, but that doesn't mean we are twins. Viva La Difference!!! Wouldn't it be all too boring if we all were the same.....

Comment #5

I agree it is amazing how things work in this world, I actually have a brother/sister who has yet to go through the full process and what he has had to go through in this life I can only imagine, half of the family will never accept her and those of us that do are kind of removed so we dont have time together. Actually was hoping to hear from her this christmas and we are all worried because we havent heard anything. She is my step-sister and from the moment I met her I knew he could shake his ass better than I could and had legs from hell. These people are trapped in a body that isnt them just as we were trapped in our fat skins, the real difference is there is a ton of support and GBS is way more accepted and insurable than a sexchange, so although it is comparable I think I would much rather be in my shoes than in hers, because people may disaprove of my.

Surgery.

But they would never try and harm me over it, or treat me badly because of it..

Comment #6

Bari, about 15 years ago, a transgender co-worker - extraordinarily talented technically - and friend who was largely responsible for getting me my job and then teaching me the ropes with the company at the time, decided to undergo the very lengthy gender reassignment process after many years of.

Counseling.

And considering options. That person's experience was very much as you describe above and until your post, I'd never considered these parallels. Thanks...

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.