Testimony Of Former Transgender


Shyann Loving Warriorforchrist


Published on Jun 11, 2015

Testimony Of Former Transgender

"I was going along with my life, and, for the most part, thought I was happy. What made that belief possible was that I was out of touch with my feelings. In order to avoid the pain of the truth, my feelings had been shut down since I was a small child. So the conclusion that I was happy held up as long as I continued to ignore the constant stirrings inside. It was like someone inside me was screaming at me to wake up, someone trapped in a cave-in, yelling out, hoping the rescuers will hear. But I had no idea how to listen, who was screaming, what the screams meant, or what to do. I was afraid. There are two very definite reasons why for years I wanted no part of the truth. One, I believed I was 'fundamentally bad, inadequate, defective, unworthy, and not fully valid as a human being.' Two, on an intuitive level, I knew truth meant pain. I believed that feeling pain was bad and meant something was wrong with me. Getting down to the core of you--who you really are--is achieved by peeling off one painful layer of oppression at a time. Today I know pain is the doorway to freedom. I'm not necessarily thrilled with that reality, but it's the truth." ~ Bob Earl



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