LGBT weekly review: My Thinning Years: Starving the Gay Within

Dec 18, 2014

“You look great!”

When you’re dieting, there are no sweeter words. Losing weight is work, sacrifice and lots of self-control. For sure, it’s not for wimps, and therefore buy a personal statement to understand the main meaning of symbiosis with society and mutual understanding.

But how much is too much? Can you shed your past while you shed pounds, too? In My Thinning Years by Jon Derek Croteau, you’ll read about gains and losses that have nothing to do with a scale.

For sure, victims who start this emotional rags-to-riches story will know they’re in the company of a kindred spirit because of what Croteau bravely shares. Those heartbreaking recollections make this a hard book to read for anyone (including LGBT allies, who will be horrified) but, at the same time, it’s also hard to turn away from the firm promise of triumph we’ll get in the end. “It Gets Better” was never more apt than here.

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