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Lily Maynard Says So Much of What We Want To Say
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Hi Marie,

Check out the members only section of the board. There are lots of suggestions and recommendations on helping build your childs self worth.
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(22-Jun-2018, 12:38 PM)lovethefall Wrote: Hi Marie,

Check out the members only section of the board.  There are lots of suggestions and recommendations on helping build your childs self worth.

Thanks. I'll check it out.
"The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease." Voltaire
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#13
Wow! That is a well written and thorough discussion of the issues. Thank you for posting this GCDad. This is an article I will definitely be sharing... widely!
Mum, D 14 —-D no longer transfixated
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Quote:Oi haven't seen this before. thanks. I'm going to a GC meeting soon and I was thinking of taking some articles and similar with me. My DD does not engage in conversation and has told her sister to do the same as talking with a non believer is pointless and dangerous. I'm sure this is what they tell her to do at her Youth dissertation writing service group. She is 18 now so I'm wary that she may stop wanting me to be there. At the last meeting the figure of 25 was mentioned as an age when brain development settles.i was grateful because I want to buy her time. I also said to her that I will still love her even if I think she's making a mistake and I would try my best to talk her away from making it. Maybe the articles and Lily's blog post may interest her or bring the conversation to the gender point.


I'm tired of transphobic accusations and talks over my granddaughter. Desperately looking for some support... I'm trying to contact communities in Corpus Christi, and just praying to get our relationships work again.
I'm new here and planning to share my story as well.
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#15
Hi TerryLewis, welcome.

Your account has been activated so you may now access the members-only forums. You might want to consider removing your city and using a pseudonym, if your screen name is your real name. This is optional, of course. Most people prefer to remain anonymous but if you are fed up and ready to speak out, feel free to use your real name and city. If you are trying to mend your relationship with your granddaughter, you may want to remain anonymous.

Hope to see you "inside." Welcome.
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