This book is a personal memoir of my coming out as a lesbian. It is the story of coming to terms with my own sexuality and learning to love and accept myself. It was a long journey for me, and I am hoping to ease this journey for other individuals that are now going through this process of self- discovery and self-acceptance. This book was written with the hopes of not only helping people who are gay, but possibly helping their friends and family to have a better understanding of their loved ones.
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Ellen has been self-employed for the past twenty-five years and has built many lasting relationships within her community. Ellen has been recognized as a successful entrepreneur and has an outstanding reputation within the community. Ellen Krantz has received numerous honors, including being named one of the Entrepreneurs of the year by Entrepreneur Magazine in 1997. She is also a Federal Club member of the Human Rights Campaign and has donated to many other organizations in support of gay and lesbian rights , including GLSEN, The Trevor Project, NOH8, LIKE ME and The Human Rights Campaign. Ellen is also look forward to serving on GLSEN's National Leadership Council. Ellen Krantz attended college at The University of Southern California at Los Angeles, The University of Texas at Austin, and holds a Bachelors of Science In Psychology from the University of Houston, from which she graduated with honors. Ellen lives in Houston, Texas with her wife, Paula Parker. The Parker-Krantz’s have been in a relationship for twelve years and celebrated their two year wedding anniversary in September of 2010. They have one son, Zachary Parker, from Paula’s previous marriage. They have a wonderful daughter-n-law, Kecia Thomas Parker, and a beautiful grand daughter, Sloan Parker. They also have four dogs, Bella, a Great Dane, Sadie, a Golden Retriever, Molly, a Tibetan Terrier, Chelsea, a Bichon Frise, and one cat named Callie. Ellen and Paula also have several farm animals who live at their ranch in Fayetteville, where they enjoy spending downtime. When not working Ellen likes to travel and see the world. The Courage to Be Me is Ellen's first publication, which is an autobiography and intends to help all people, young or old, embrace themselves and be proud themselves. The book is also meant to help families of those people understand who we are and that gay people are no different than straight people.
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