Facing Your Fears

Facing Your Fear

Facing Your Fears Facing your fears is liberating and life changing. Recently, several curve balls have been thrown my way as I near a year in Denver. Looking back a month’s time frame my Pepaw has been placed into hospice, I got laid off, and today I will be flying to a place that holds a very dark space in my heart, Orange County (John Wayne Airport). This location doesn’t only bring back memories from Exodus, ex-gay therapy, but also the process of going there. All the different people telling me that my sexual orientation could be changed, and yet here I am a gay man. The crazy part is the event took place 7 years ago tomorrow. Some have already asked what’s so fearful? What happened while you were there? Is it as bad as the photos shown in the media? No, the one I attended isn’t as bad
Continue reading...

Happy New Year (2017) – Life in Denver After Six Months

As a New Year begins, it’s tough not to look back and realize how great of a year 2016 actually turned out to be. The beginning of the year I began a new job with AT&T, but realized that the “big companies” weren’t for me. After a couple of trips to Denver (one on December 27, 2015 and another sometime in April 2016).  Then on June 28, 2016, I packed all of my belongings and left DFW (North Richland Hills) after a priceless two years living with my Aunt/second cousin. On that day, June 28, 2016, I packed all of my things and left for a new beginning here in Denver. Even though it didn’t start off the way I desired, it still had a way of working out. However, when I visited in December I knew Josh and Shelley wouldn’t let me fail. Well sure enough, everything worked out as
Continue reading...