It is ok

Today I woke up, feeling a bit emotional. I went to bed late yesterday, but felt good at that time. Somehow something shifted over night and things seem to touch me deeply today.

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Las Vegas

After yesterday’s post on the talk from CiCi, I had to think about my first visit to Las Vegas as Liv. For my work I have been to visit Las Vegas a couple of times before. Around a year after my coming out, I had another opportunity to go there. This time I made sure to pack some dresses, my makeup and heels.

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The hardest thing

My sweet and dear friend Sherri, who is always here for me and helps me so much in my journey, some time ago shared this video with me. A beautiful inspirational talk by CiCi.

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Daughter

After coming out to my wife, I have been trying to build my courage to tell my parents. Trying to find or create opportunities to tell them about me, whenever I was visiting them.

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In a gentle way, you can shake the world.

– Mahatma Gandhi

Why

This week I had a wonderful conversation with a lovely lady, about being transgender and why we feel the need to express ourselves as the gender opposite of our body or what we have been assigned at birth. I used to struggle with this question of why is it so important for me to express myself as a woman.

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Yoga

In this period of social distancing, and working from home, I have started with yoga. Every day I do at least one session and I must admit it makes me feel wonderful.

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Empower each other

So many times I see people arguing, even within the transgender community, who is right and who is wrong. Who fits the label and who doesn’t. I so wish people would spend more time supporting each other, instead of trying to convince the other is wrong, or even worse, not worth.

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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

– Margaret Mead