Transition Advice

Filed under: Uncategorized — by unityoness2013 @ 3:35 pm

A Walk-In Life

Through my connections to other walk-ins, I have noticed how drastically different we are in how we handle and adapt to our new identities. Some suffer great loss and life upheaval during their transition periods while others seem to transition more smoothly. For example, I have heard stories from walk-ins who have come out to family and friends only to wind up being ostracized, cut off from family/friends, institutionalized, shunned, and made to feel they were crazy, schizophrenic or psychopathic. On the other hand, there are those who were able to more easily adapt and made changes to their life gradually with little upheaval in comparison.

If you believe or know that you are a walk-in you may have struggled with the issue of how to step into your new, real identity without inciting major life upheaval. It is a very scary reality for a walk-in yet there is an intense desire to…

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