I just received this news from a colleague in Los Angeles and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. I’m completely blown away by her story; it’s absolute proof that you can find Mr. Right!
About a year and a half ago, tired of three years of boring coffee dates with men I’d met on various dating websites, I took myself off the web. Using Landmark Education’s technology of declaration, I declared I would meet someone in real life. And then, trusting that I would, indeed, meet someone, I forgot about it and concentrated on other areas of my life.
In the meantime, a transgender male person who is attracted to females (who, from the age of 4, identified their gender as female), also declared–at a Landmark Education seminar — that he/she would be in an unconventional relationship with a woman by December 31, 2010, and how he/she would know it was so was that they would have 2 tickets to Paris!
Well, Mike/Michelle and I met on October 13, 2010 in another seminar and began a courtship, taking it a date at a time. He/she presented as female for the first 6 weeks; it took some adjusting on my part to know and be comfortable with “Mike.”
What was evident from the first moment I met M/M was that I was attracted to the essence of this wonderful, kind, funny, generous, intelligent, caring person….And since I’d identified myself as bi-sexual since my early twenties, I had the best of both worlds.
During this past year, we have created an intentional, exciting, easy, fun relationship including–yes–a trip to Paris! Both our families like/love and have accepted each of us as “family.” At the end of July this year, my cat Lena and I moved into M/M’s home which we had begun to make “ours.” And a year to the day we met, this romantic person who loves me unconditionally (and I totally accept for who he/she is), told me he/she couldn’t imagine living their life without me and asked me to marry him/her. Of course, I said, “Yes!”
We are now planning a May 2012 wedding for family and close friends, co-officiated by M/M’s male Presbyterian reverend and a female Jewish rabbi of a LGBT synagogue here in Los Angeles.
So, if a 69-year old transgender male-to-female individual can meet and fall in love with a 64-year-old, bi-sexual, never married, woman….well, then, anything is possible!
Lovingly and enthusiastically,
Her story is proof: “if you exist — so does he,” a phrase I’ve repeated here, in my newsletters and to many of you that coach with me one-on-one.
You can find Mr. Right: If you exist — so does he!
It makes perfect sense doesn’t it? Let yourself believe and know you can find Mr. Right — he is out there waiting and hoping to meet you!