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And Those Who Share Their Lives

Peggy Rudd, Ed. D

1995, PM Publishers

109 Pages

From the Cover

If a picture is worth a 1000 words, this book speaks volumns about crossdressers and those who share their lives.  {Ed. The Picture Gallery chapter is 23 pages long and there are additional black and white photos of crossdressers and couples throughout the book.}

From An Early Chapter

"If we are not in harmony with ourselves, how can we possibly be in harmony with anyone else, much less the world we inhabit?  We want to lead lives that are whole, without sorrow, anger, fear, stress, and anxiety, yet we continue to define ourselves by these negative outlooks." - Shirley Maclaine

The month of November 1980, is etched upon my heart forever.  I was standing at a crossroads with two paths before me.  One path led to the acceptance of my husband's crossdressing.  The other led to rejection and denial.  My decision represented a turning point; never would life be the same for me.  The ultimate changes could have resulted in a destructive force capable of ruining my husband's life as well as my own.  This book is about that force, but it is also about a stronger inner ability to follow the wise words of Ann Landers who said, "Maturity is the ability to live in peace with that which we cannot change."

Table of Contents

The Georgia Peach

Man Enough To Express Femininity

The Picture Gallery

Telling Family and Friends

Marriage and the Crossdresser

The Crossdress and Religion


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