K.B: "I love, love your book and honesty. I have faced and still face the same parent struggles on my journey of becoming a safe space and supportive parent for my son. I am watching the Youtube video you included at the end of the book. I loved your words; “You can't be Pro-Life and against queers.” It contradicts. It most certainly does."
C.G: “First of all, let me say wow! It was a great read! Your vulnerability and transparency spoke to me! It's like we're distant sisters! Inviting in? ... brilliant! What a beautiful concept and way of empowering the person. It is not a phase but a process ... much healthier way to look at it."
JA. L: "With Mishellay you point out the residual struggle in the back of her mind. I think it's important for parents to be made aware of that. Especially in the early years."
C.G: All In all, a great read and I love that you stayed away from most technical jargon, except where it was needed. Your explanations of the acronyms were great and easy to follow.
F. S: I love love love the book!!!. And, thank you.. thank you, thank you! I learned so much... Being the mother of an adult child who is transgender and non-binary, and not having a good relationship with them at the moment, I gained so much info from this book...
S.P: You have some great experience and such a wonderful mission and message! I appreciate the research and heart you put into your work! One of my favorite things about your writing is that you really seem to live in the words or in the pages; your personality and energy really shine through. It's lovely and fun and makes me smile. This is a great thing, because someone who feels this way, who feels acquainted with and connected to the author, is, in my opinion, more likely to listen and ultimately agree with you.