Última actualización:: 01 Jun, 04:51
Tell us about a challenge in life?
Starting my transition has been by far the most challenging thing. I've always known who I was on the inside, but for a long time I struggled with letting everyone else in my life "have their moment" and it never felt like it was a good time to begin what I knew would be a long journey making my outside match what I feel inside. Being embarrassed about not going to bed one day and just waking up a beautiful blonde sex kitten and having to go through the awkward phase, and even worse the awkward stares, and knowing that the only person I could rely on on this planet to make my insides match my outside was myself. Unless you've lived this life it's hard to understand the constant thought on reply in your mind, because everyone else thinks you look fine. (or so they say)
How long you have been working, this job?
I guess since birth,.... right? I know what most people think this job is all about and probable have a lot of ideas on what it is that comes with the responsibilities of this job ( which are all probably very sexy and exciting), but the truth is this is the job is just making people happy, provoking emotion and most importantly giving people an outlet to express things that they can not for whatever reason in their day to day lives. Basically], my job is letting people be people and being someone who they can trust isn't going to judge them for however they choose to express that.
I like to think I've allowed people to do this since I popped outta the puss and into the world. So almost 21 years :)
Where do you see yourself in few years?
I see myself graduated from college, putting my degree in use and exploring how I progress and change my field of study to be more "modern" I guess, or at least to reach and help the people who may not otherwise reach out for help. (That will be a long journey though) During that journey I want to continue to travel, meet new people, get a true taste of how every culture sees life and what that means to them, continue making connections and building relationships with like minded people who are also just trying to make sense of this crazy thing we call life.... all while having my puppy right by my side.