On this episode of The Courage Hotline, one caller is having a difficult time deciding whether she should leave her comfortable job to seek out another one that is more aligned with her purpose. Another caller wants insight into the courage needed to come out as a transgender woman to family, friends and coworkers. I’m serving up advice to help them align with and be who they are.
This episode ends with the segment Courage Over Everything, in which I drop one final gem on courage before signing off.
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Mentions in This Episode:
MJ Rodriguez – is an American transgender actress and singer.
Dominique Jackson – is a Tobagonian-American transgender actress, author, model, and reality television personality.
Pose – is an American drama television series about New York City’s African-American and Latino LGBTQ and gender-non conforming drag ball culture scene in the 1980s, early 1990s in the second season, and the mid-to-late 1990s in the third season.
Transplaining – is an organization working to create a safe(r) world for transgender and gender non-conforming youth and adults through education, community conversations and as much empathy as it can safely exert.Listen to “The Courage Hotline with Candace Doby” on Spreaker.