Social Media

Mary Ann Grossmann of the St. Paul Pioneer Press has called “Getting to Ellen” a “hidden treasure.”  Our goal is to make this memoir a word-of-mouth phenomenon that readers across the world enjoy.  Please help us do that!  “Like” us on Facebook and follow Ellie on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Please go to the very bottom of this page to see the Facebook page for “Getting to Ellen.”

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2 thoughts on “Social Media

  1. Dear Ellen. Your words about growing up with an alcoholic parents moved me deeply. I also am a child of alcoholic parents. I always thought, “If I were only a better daughter they would stop drink”, or if I kept my room cleaner they would stop drinking, or if I made better grades, etc. Of course it never had anything to do with me. Yet, we end up with the baggage of all that in our adult lives. All that AND you faced gender dysphoria. I’m so proud of you and for you that you found your life and now who you are is really WHO you are. You’ve found Buddhism, which to me has truly been the source of happiness.

    Thank you for all you do. Go ahead, be happy!
    Christina Birdsong
    Norfolk VA

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