Trans Survival Workbook Book
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Explore what it means to be you with your own personal Trans Survival Workbook!
Combining essential tips and practical advice with quizzes, activities and reflective exercises, this interactive journal allows you to document your transition, engage with your feelings and improve your mental health.
With coming-out letters, colouring pages, fun games and inspiring stories, it is the perfect toolkit for discovering who you are and what your gender identity, gender expression and pronouns mean to you.
Written by two of the world's leading trans activists, and a follow-up to the bestselling Trans Teen Survival Guide, this empowering and unique book will be with you every step of the way.
This is an engaging and powerful book, relatable and friendly whilst unpicking "some of the stereotypes and encouraging young people to express themselves freely and document their own personal journey in a way that celebrates their individuality and uniqueness. I loved it and would thoroughly recommend it alongside the excellent Trans Teen Survival Guide."
Susie Green, CEO of Mermaids
"Whether you are transgender or cisgender, an ally or an activist, a parent or child, this is the book for you. A workbook full of evocative words and illustrations, where you choose YOUR colours to help you on your gender identity journey or understand someone else's with kindness, consideration and care."
Tash Walker, Co-Chair at Switchboard - the LGBT+ Helpline
"With wisdom, compassion, and just the right amount of slapstick comedy, Owl and Fox Fisher take the fear and stress out of questioning gender. They are our family and best friends, guiding us along our trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming journeys."
Kate Bornstein, Gender Outlaw
"This empowering book creates a world where being yourself is fully celebrated. With practical and creative activities, Trans Survival Workbook holds your hand as you make space to unapologetically explore and express who you are. An important reminder to all that gender has no recipe!"