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Michelle knew in middle school that she was a lesbian, but it wasn't until today that she finally lives with the companion of her heart's choice.
Beginning in the first year of her marriage in the 1970's - a marriage contrived by her for the sake of having a child - Michelle goes from life within the ice of repression, through startling family problems and finally into numbness of the heart, before finally making a dignified exit from her ...

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I Had Always Been So

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Overview

Michelle knew in middle school that she was a lesbian, but it wasn't until today that she finally lives with the companion of her heart's choice.
Beginning in the first year of her marriage in the 1970's - a marriage contrived by her for the sake of having a child - Michelle goes from life within the ice of repression, through startling family problems and finally into numbness of the heart, before finally making a dignified exit from her marriage, and finding herself where she is now - middle-aged, soon-to-be-engaged, and happy.

I Had Always Been So carries a message that with hope, there is always the opportunity for cultural progress. Michelle has lived through the most remarkable of times, when the door to marriage equality is now starting to be opened for herself and so many others.

Mature themes.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044558489
  • Publisher: Robin Xavier Fontaine
  • Publication date: 5/28/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 176,562
  • File size: 65 KB

Meet the Author

I was born and raised near Montreal, Quebec, midway through the baby-boom, the second of three daughters. (How I got the middle name Xavier is a story in itself.)I started out with a disability, and eventually became a differently-abled person. I have learned in my life that with the three H's, Hope, Humor, and Humility, life offers more than enough rewards.The branches of a tree grow upward and outward, yet in life, our branches can all come back together again in a great knot, and a new tree begins growing upwards - awkward picture, isn't it? Recently I have found tranquility, love, and inspiration, and so it's as though life is beginning all over again. I hope to share my optimistic disposition with my readers; to know your limits, yet hope and strive for your dreams, is what brings out our truest humanity.I now share a Twitter account with my old ex, Robert E Vonne - check out our tweets. @robinrobin55Peace and cheers!
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