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Question for those whom transitioned....

July 4th, 2017 9:01 pm EDT

I gear this out you you,,,

for those transitionining or already  or already have transitioned...

You notice a man(or woman) from your past whom, you had a secret crush on, years before, 

now you meet him(or her) and the Lady(or her man) he(or she) is with is his(or her) wife(husband).  

He (or she) mistakes you for "a female relative of the person you were before,

unaware it is really you.  He(or she) hands you a business card with his (her)name and ways to reach him(her).  He(or she) asks you to pass it on to the "former self" to catch up on old times.   

Do you call him(or her), and set up a blind date,as you are today meeting him(or her) as the current self"


call him(or her), re-using your hidden voice in private and acceot an invite to catch up on old times"?


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  • Brandi Walters
    Re: Question for those whom transitioned.... Brandi Walters January 22nd, 2018 8:49 am EST You tell the truth from the start. All of us only have one choice : to act or to react. In this situation telling the truth is an action which manifests in a positive way personally. You cannot take any responsibility for what your friend might do nor are you accountable. No matter what choice they make you will again be offered another choice. I always prefer action over reaction.sometimes this requires simply walking away. In this  scenero any other choice sets you both up for failure. There. Is either a relationship or there is not. Any reaction on the part of your friend would suggest that there never really was a relationship. Walk away. You will be better for it and the loss is all theirs. It is also quite possible that after the initial shock and surprise they will embrace you and accept your you have a friend back and a relationship worth having.

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