As a man named “Ed,” she had everything anyone could ever want:  a soul mate’s love, two beautiful daughters, a house in the best neighborhood, a successful trial lawyer’s career – a Grand Plan life so picture-perfect it inspired a beautiful pastel drawing.  But there was a problem:  “Ed” was a woman born into a male body.  Finding inner peace meant Ed would have to become Ellen.  It also meant losing that picture-perfect life.  How could anyone make that choice, pay that kind of price?  Then again, how could anyone not?  Through what became a “gender journey,” Ellen Krug discovered her true self and the honesty it takes to make life-changing decisions.  Getting to Ellen is much more than one person’s story about some things lost and others gained.  It’s a glimpse into the life choices that all of us make — whether or not we’re transgender.


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