The rights of transgender people have remained in the spotlight. While they don’t identify as the sex on their original birth certificate, being full of life and importantly happy remains the priority for many. One among the many is Jasmine Vine. Jasmine is presently glowing, delighted about her transition, and prepared to inspire others on their journey of discovering themselves. Having faced quite a bad upbringing and bullying, Jasmine realized she wasn’t who she wholeheartedly wanted and began transitioning from male to female.
At age 7, Jasmine has had thoughts of taking her own life as her home was filled with violence and her parents often opted for drugs over food. Jasmine was during this childhood considered a social outcast and often called the f-word in Kindergarten. Interestingly, none of her family members had jobs, so she was taught how to steal and get the most out of government systems. However, Jasmine Vine is a name she picked when becoming the wonderful transgender woman she’s today. If you find yourself scared of embracing your true self, Jasmine should be an inspiration!
Jasmine Was Born A Male. She Had Suffered Bullying, Bad Upbringing, And Addictions Problems.
“When I turned 14, I never thought I would, I started documenting my transition on YouTube, and this was quite popular. I often received feedback saying I have helped people find their courage, come out, and feel confident in themselves. Throughout my darkest times, this kept me alive. I’ve always had a deep desire to help people, and knowing I could do that got me through times I didn’t think I would get through.” Jasmine, according to BoredPanda, said.
She added: “In Saying This, Somewhere Down The Line, I Lost Sight Of My True Purpose/Calling.”
Jasmine shared that she had been addicted to marijuana, diagnosed with depression, generalized anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar, and even obsessive-compulsive disorder. She had hit her lowest low, spending time in a psychiatric facility medicating out of her life amid losing her parents. Her brain became her worst enemy, her mind was a warzone, and she was enemy number one.
Here’s Jasmine When She Started Transitioning
Jasmine continued: “Many years of psychology and change work later, reading, psychologists, psychiatrists, working on myself, counselors and most recently investing in coaching and change work and now, I have reconnected with my values and my purpose! I have leveled up so quickly, my head is spinning, and I am ready to make up for a lost time!”