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1. Couples and Family Therapy
Jean Malpas, LMFT, LMHC is a couples and family therapist and has extensive experience working with trans clients, their loved ones and their families. Jean also runs a group for parents of gender-variant and transgender children and teenagers. To contact him, please call 917.270.5119 or email jean@jeanmalpas.com.
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2. Helping Wives of Crossdressers to Understand and Cope
So, your husband/signifcant other is a crossdresser (CD). Welcome to the club! In your quest for information, you have arrived here. Let me reassure you, there are many, many women in your shoes.
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3. Susan's Place Library: An Open Letter To The Parents Of Transsexual Children
You may be wondering why I am writing a letter to you even though I am a stranger. Probably the last thing that you want is to discuss the confusion, embarrassment and fear with someone you don't know. I understand. Copyright 1990 - Sheila Mengert, Esq.
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4. Susan's Place Library: Expressing Our Needs Coming Out For Transsexuals And Transvestites
Coming Out can be a powerful experience, often serving as a catalyst in revealing our special secret self, while at the same time, improving our overall communication skills. Sharing our gender and sexuality issues with people close to our hearts can be intimidating. Copyright 1990 - Joni Eveling Israel
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5. Susan's Place Library: Introducing My Wife To Be All '90 Or Dorothy In The Land Of Oz, Part II
Sometimes this struggle to adapt (to the husband's crossdressing), asks more of the couple than they have to give and the pattern of growing apart is seen. For the others, the stress of transvestism has been converted into an opportunity for personal growth, and both partners gain individuality along with the strengthening of the marriage.
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6. Susan's Place Library: My Daughter Changed Sex
A deeply moving account of an actual event -- how miracle treatment transformed a girl who was a tragic misfit into a young man with hope of an almost - normal life. Copyright - circa 1970 - Good Housekeeping Magazine (FTM)
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7. Susan's Place Library: My Son, My Daughter
Geraldine, she was being wheeled into a hospital room after major surgery. She was hooked up to intravenous tubes and was barely conscious. When her doctor assured me that she was going to be fine, I was very relieved. But in spite of this good news, it was a day of mixed emotions for me. You see, when my daughter, Geraldine, went into the operating room a few hours ea
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8. Susan's Place Library: My Son, My Daughter
Geraldine, she was being wheeled into a hospital room after major surgery. She was hooked up to intravenous tubes and was barely conscious. When her doctor assured me that she was going to be fine, I was very relieved. But in spite of this good news, it was a day of mixed emotions for me. You see, when my daughter, Geraldine, went into the operating room a few hours ea
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9. Susan's Place Library: The Transsexuality Of A Parent As A Factor In The Award Of Child Custody And Visitation Rights
There is little doubt that the standard for determination of child custody and visitation will continue to be that of the best interests of the child. The issues will arise from the application of the best interests standard to the unique problems presented by a transsexual parent.
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10. Susan's Place Library: Transsexualism, Information for the Family
When a member of the family of a transsexual asks this question, his interest in the answer is neither general nor academic. His concern is a practical one. He is asking: how did my son or daughter come to be as he or she is; is his condition reversible; if not, what professional help is available to him, and how may I help? The aim of this pamphlet is to provide you,
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