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I am curious if anyone has read this book. If so I would like to know what your thoughts are about it. I want to pass it along to others as a good read for understanding but before I keep doing so I would like to get some feedback. So far everyone everyone who has really looked at it says it is very helpful but they might just be being pleasant. Some tg friends refuse to read it (even though they said they would) and I have a hard time understanding that.
When I was first trying to find help in my area I had a very hard time of it. Over time I have found many resources and groups in this area and it seems to be growing at a rapid pace. If you are close to WPB and looking for support and help one great local resource is “The Compass Community Center” in Lake Worth Fl. Just outside of WPB. They have help for everyone in the LBGT community and many group meetings. They also have fun events. From there I met many great people and was able to find more resources and support that were literally right down the street from me. They have transgender group meetings every week and everyone is welcome. I can’t say enough positive things about this center. If you are nervous about going to the center or a meeting you can contact me and I will try to meet you there so you feel more comfortable. 😘