Originally published at The Establishment and republished here with their permission. When I was a teenager, I met the person who would become my husband — who would later become my wife. Our first meeting took place in our high school psychology class, and we soon became friends, talking a lot on the phone, as teenagers did back then. We dated briefly, but our relationship was short-lived. After some time apart after I went off to college, we reconnected, and after that, it all happened quickly: Our relationship bloomed, we fell in love, and we moved closer to one another to be together. After three years, I was proposed to.
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Love, respect, friendship, and loyalty are the most vital ingredients that make up a happy and lasting marriage. Trust, which is built on honesty is, of course, as equally crucial. Honesty involves bravely and confidently sharing your deepest, darkest secrets to the person you love, knowing that that person can and will accept you no matter what. Perhaps, this is why our parents often reiterate the importance of knowing our partners well before we decide to tie the knot. Most people would probably agree that lying over trivial matters occasionally is forgivable if our partners only wanted to spare our feelings, but up to what extent is a lie pardonable? And, what if the person you love so dearly lied about something as significant as his or her gender? After 19 years of marriage, a year-old Belgian man named Jan found out that his wife was actually born a man.
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When Diane Daniel met her husband Wessel, she was attracted to his smile, quiet humor and gentleness -- "and of course his Dutch accent. But two months into their marriage in , her husband revealed at dinner that he wanted to live as a woman, and the couple embarked on a long wrenching jouney to stay together. Wessel is now Lina, and at 47, she has transitioned publicly from male to female. Diane, now 53 and a freelance writer living in North Carolina, describes in a recent story in the Boston Globe, "Goodbye Husband, Hello Wife," how her life was turned on its head when she learned her husband was transgender. I wondered what else he hadn't told me.