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What Do You Do If Your Son Is Your Daughter (or a Prodigy, Dwarf or Mass Murderer)? Meet the Inspirational Families Who Are Anyt

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Six stories of six very different families who could never be normal When Kim Reed was a boy named Paul, she was the quarterback for her school football team in Montana. She made the transition in her 20s,

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MmAway M (506)
Saturday January 26, 2013, 11:14 pm
Thank you Agnes for this News at site. Goodness, though I am older and most of the people I grew up with would be called REDNECKS...I have never thought that way. Absolutely, I would protect my child no matter what. I would try to get help for my child and also protect other people. This is a fine line. Mother and child, I have never had a child. FURRY~ yes, and will say those are my children, also Step Sons that I protected, so I know what I am talking about Children with ISSUES! I got my Stepsons HELP and I hope others do the same with tons of LOVE and Patience!!! BTW....TONS OF PATIENCE (sp ~ sorry Agnes tired, nighty night).

Ellen m (215)
Sunday January 27, 2013, 2:25 am
You love them..and hope their lives are as fulfilling, complete and as happy as possible.
We all have obstacles to overcome..that is the "human condition" ;-)

Süheyla C (234)
Monday January 28, 2013, 3:21 am
Thank you Agnes
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