He's My Daughter: A Mother's Journey to Acceptance

# Hes My Daughter: A Mothers Journey to Acceptance ☆ PDF Read by * Lynda Langley eBook or Kindle ePUB Online free. Hes My Daughter: A Mothers Journey to Acceptance This is a mothers story of losing a son and gaining a daughter - a transsexual transition and a mothers love.. A shocking phone call from their distraught daughter-in-law was how Lynda and Richard Langley learned that their son had started his transition from a man to a woman. And with her all the time is Lynda, her mother, helping to select her wardrobe, guiding her in the subtleties of speech and behavior, and supporting her, especially in the early stages of her new life as a woman. The mad

He's My Daughter: A Mother's Journey to Acceptance

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Rating : 4.54 (723 Votes)
Asin : 0957873557
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 152 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-03-22
Language : English

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This is a mother's story of losing a son and gaining a daughter - a transsexual transition and a mother's love.. A shocking phone call from their distraught daughter-in-law was how Lynda and Richard Langley learned that their son had started his transition from a man to a woman. And with her all the time is Lynda, her mother, helping to select her wardrobe, guiding her in the subtleties of speech and behavior, and supporting her, especially in the early stages of her new life as a woman. The mad rush to their son's hospital bedside, anguish and fear for his physical health, shock from the nature of his injury, and the dread of the challenges to be faced in the coming months and years… Lynda's account of how she adjusted to the reality that her eldest son had decided to physically become a woman is the story of a family. Tears and laughter, support and withdrawal, accompany Toni - now the eldest daughter - as she maps out her new life

"An easy and quick read" according to K. I thought the book nailed the experience of having a transgender daughter right on the head. I appreciated the author's candidness about trying to be supportive while also having her own issues with the experience. It was realistic in that way. An easy and quick read.

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