The other day I was at target in the fitting room and there was a girl teaching a guy how to put on a bra. It sounded weird at first, but as the conversation unfolded, I learned he was undergoing hormone therapy and his friend was getting him started with his very first bra. I could see the judging eyes as he nervously walked through the store with bras in his hand, and all I could think about was how incredibly brave he is. He’s a beautiful person and I wish I could see him when he is the gender he was meant to be. I strive to have as much courage in my life as he did.
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Pushing toxic people out of your life is a process. It takes time to really understand that they no longer or never did belong there. Sometimes it takes longer with some people than others, but you will know when a person doesn’t fit. You will feel it and you should follow that instinct no matter what. Some people serve a purpose and that is all. Be sure to move on and cut all ties because ties means the possibility of allowing them back into your life. Let them go.