I didn’t know my own body had rejected me. I didn’t realize that my body was simply responding to abuse.
During the years I felt like a man trapped in a woman’s body, my heart was closed and isolated. But now, I realize I truly am a woman. I no longer am sexually attracted to other women.
I’m no longer in a place of hopelessness, shame, and regret. Instead, I feel happiness, fulfillment, and acceptance.
I realized that I wasn’t born gay. I'm happier than I've ever been.
I had finally found what I was looking for. After living a lesbian lifestyle for 14 years, I found freedom through Jesus.
I no longer struggle with the needy feeling that drove me into relationships with men and women. I am happy and whole.
Seeing and knowing other men as human beings instead of sexualizing them has been a life-changing transformation.
I started seeing a Christian counselor, attended conferences and found some books. These were all very instrumental in bringing about change and healing in my life.
I received a lot of encouragement from a documentary that tells stories of individuals who worked through unwanted same-sex attraction.
My life is very full now. I've been out of the lifestyle for 25 years. When I think back to those years of living as a man, it feels like a whole other world.
I started to go to different conferences. Books and tapes were also pivotal for me, and counseling played a crucial part. I was able to find solid, legitimate support that helped me determine my sexuality in a way that lined up with my faith and desires.
I learned about my true identity and how to have real relationships. It was a powerfully healing experience.