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Hi, I’m Beth, and I'm the parent of two transgender young adults.  I help parents of teens and young adults who’ve just found out their child is transgender to find answers and support by offering them compassion, shared experiences, and resources so that they can have hope that both they and their child will be okay.


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You Can Grieve and Support Your Child

Your feelings and being able to support your child are not mutually exclusive things. They can both occur at the same time. Your feelings aren't a sign of rejection, disapproval, or lack of acceptance. They are something you need to work through on your own away from your child. 

Your Grief Is Not About Your Child Being Transgender

It feels like your grief is about your child, but it is in fact about you and your feelings of loss and sadness. Uncovering the source of your grief can cause you more heartache and pain, but is essential in helping you move forward.

You Shouldn't Grieve In Front of Your Child

It is perfectly normal to grieve the idea of the child you thought you had. It will enable you to move forward in your healing process. However, you should do that away from your child, so you don't harm your relationship with them.

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Have you just learned your child is transgender? Here are some posts to get you started.



Learning your child is transgender can feel lonely, but you don’t have to go at it alone.

In this self-paced course, you will get the tools you need to support yourself so that you can better support your child. By the time  you have completed the course, you will know what it means for your child to be transgender and for you to the parent of a transgender child. 





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