Every time my small inner voice gave me a nudge to the rainbow side of life, my socialized side said, “Don’t be ridiculous, you’re happily married.”
About Deb Sinness
Deb Sinness served as a military police community service officer in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1976 to 1980. She also served in the U.S Army Reserve and the U.S. Air Force Reserve. “Semper Fi, Sister,” the story of Deb’s journey to train for and run the 40th Marine Corps Marathon for her 60th birthday, was published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good. Her forthcoming memoir, Out: Facing Fears, Shedding Shame, and Coming Out of Closets, discusses the shame and fear of exposure surrounding her mother’s mental illness, which led to a life of living in many closets. Connect with her online at DebSinness.com or @DebSinness on Twitter and Instagram.