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If you are facing the fact of a transgender child, or even suspect that your child may be gender fluid in someway, this book will provide a good deal of understanding and a good deal of excellent advice. Our society has a long way to go in understanding that gender and sexuality are two different and distinct attributes and that both are non-binary, existing on a spectrum. This book explains the basic facts in a clear and concise manner. I paticularly appreciated the many statements from parents and children who have lived the real world experience. I am a grandfather of a transgender child and I would whole heartedly recommend this book.
A must read for everyone interested in accepting all people as equals and with compassion. It was a eye opener and it has given me an understanding about the differences along the gender spectrum. This book is comprehensive and research based.
The Transgender Child is MUST read for every parent, family member, doctor, teacher, etc. of a gender-variant child. It has given me tremendous insight and understanding regarding the feelings/behaviours/issues/etc. my child is going through and it has given me tools and resources to support my child. It was the only resource I was able to find for young children with gender-variant behaviours. I am buying copies to give to my child's doctor and school. This book is so wonderful.
I bought this book to help me understand how to deal with the practical and emotional challenges of bringing up a transgender child. It was easy to read and very helpful. The only downside for me is that being a US publication many of the legal issues and help organisations are only valid in the US. It did provide practical advice on most transgender issues, how to tell people about your child and tips on dealing with schools, etc.
I have found this book very helpful and encouraging and full of very practical information. I recommend it to anyone trying to work out how to be a good parent to a small child who seems unhappy with their birth gender.