Joined 12 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia
Sibli Luaxessna or “Sib” to her friends was born and raised in Maine. She is the oldest sister of four, with two younger brothers and a younger sister. She loved writing at an early age as her favorite form of communication, even creating her own alphabet and language in primary school. She especially enjoyed creative writing and wrote a play in Jr. High School by her own initiative which made newspaper headlines and entertained classmates. Ms Luaxessna wrote poetry and emotional prose primarily as a means of expelling emotions she felt afraid to share with others. She would often write about anything that caught her eye on long walks home from school or in the woods around the family cottage. Quiet and shy Ms Luaxessna felt invisible and forgotten often; however she developed in the course of amusing herself, an appreciation for life and the myriad interconnectedness of people places and things.
In High School Ms Luaxessna excelled in creative writing, more than any other class. She also explored role playing games with family and friends and collecting figurines and other visual aids.
“Sib would spend day’s even weeks absorbed with a single tiny piece, painting it and all the while jotting down notes on it’s universe as if it were a creature speaking to her”, a family friend commented.
Ms Luaxessna’s keen focus on detail helped her bring the characters to life for her groups playing sessions.
“Sometimes I worried about her a little, Sib got so excited about these imaginary people she would even cry or laugh. Sib sometimes got really nostalgic over dead imaginary characters but she always bounced up and created new ones” her brother Josef stated.
Ms Luaxessna studied people and had a deep need to understand them. In part because she felt it was the key to entering into a relationship, and also out of a need to be able to help others. Understanding gender differences especially intrigued her. After High School she moved out on her own and worked in restaurants and for a radio station where she wrote flair for local weather reports endearing her comments to local listeners. For several years she continued to study people and practice painting pictures with words.
Ms Luaxessna’s writing caused her to have difficulties with suitors who became infatuated with her imagery so she returned to her family home to care for dying parents. After her parents death she enrolled at the University of Maine and got a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Ms Luaxessna’s writing caused her to have difficulties in a class with a student teacher. The teacher reportedly felt threatened after reading a personal journal after which she expelled Ms Luaxessna in the final week of the class. Two years later the same teacher was fired from the University of Maine for inappropriate student contact and Ms Luaxessna was allowed to continue, however no apology or compensation was offered. Due to the trauma incurred on Ms Luaxessna’s personal life, scholastic life and financial hardships which followed she was unable to effectively write or read again for nearly two decades. In effect this trauma left her with a mental censorship of all things written.
She moved to Atlanta Georgia following college and began working for a catering company as well as assisting homeless shelters. Ms Luaxessna decided to start her own business in the Film and TV production support industry. She worked diligently almost a decade building a client base and learning everything she could to increase her entrepreneurial success. Ms Luaxessna was diagnosed with operable deadly cancer, which almost bankrupt her business; she managed to survive by the support and faith of friends in many religious denominations including Native American. She continued to study real world humanity and developed a great deal of respect for the LGBT community and the plight of the transgender especially.
Ms Luaxessna eventually felt that she had learned all she could and elected to change careers. She got an MBA from the University of Phoenix and sold her business. During the courses at University of Phoenix Ms Luaxessna healed from the earlier trauma of her undergrad writing experience and decided to return to her first love.
Navigating the Internet Ms Luaxessna encountered many people who were also writing and exploring the world virtually. Discovering that some of the few desperate people she had met were actually a whole minority that was in need of support more than any other in history. Having met transgender friends personally, who were kind compassionate and often more human than the people who lavished them with hate. Ms Luaxessna decided to help them in their desperate struggle for equality and the basic opportunities the rest of us take for granted. While the transgender communities’ dire needs are a passionate subject for her especially in light of the lack of compassion by the media, she has a great many interests and curiosities, she was very happy to discover the HUB.
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