20 People Who Embraced Their True Selves, And The Results Were Stunning Joshua Published in Apr 2021 / Updated in Oct 2021 For many people, losing weight, finding a loving partner, or getting a job is all it takes to be happy. However, some people find their happiness in something a little more drastic. Increasingly, many people are claiming that they feel trapped in the bodies they were born into. Therefore, they decided to do something about it. Here are twenty people who decided to change their looks and the incredible results they witnessed. These 20 before and after pictures show how much people can change. 1. The Incredible Difference Five And A Half Years Of Transition Makes 2. If That Jumpsuit Could Talk, It Could Tell A Lot 3. Smiling More Than Ever 4. Believe It Or Not, That's A Five-Year Difference 5. A 38-Year Old, "…I'm Happy. BEST DECISION EVER!" 6. At 49 Years Old, Still Happy About The Transition, "I Still Can't Believe It's Real" 7. Hated Being In Front Of The Camera Before, Turned Into A "Selfie Queen" 8. It Has Been 5 Years Since Starting Hormone Replacement Therapy, And The Results Are Definitely "Unreal" 9.Truly Proud Of The Journey So Far 10. What 7 Years Of HRT Can Do (2014-2021) 11. A Self-Professed Representative Of The "30+ Transition Club" 12. "' Global Warming Will Keep Making Winters Hotter.' I Now Present To You, The Winters." 13. Admits To Turning Into A Happy Woman, And Looks The Part 14. She "Was Always There" But Now Finally Out 15. Only 3 Years Of HRT, But Still A World Of Difference 16. Again, The Difference 3 Years Of HRT Can Make 17. Says She Isn't Even Done Yet 18. That's A 20-Year Difference, Currently Aged 42 19. After Being On Estrogen For A Little Over 2 Years 20. Certainly Looks Happier, The Face Says It All Shocking, isn't it? Which of these pictures, in your opinion, was the most impressive? What is the biggest change you have ever gone through in your life? Does it come anywhere close to what these people have experienced? Anyway, what matters the most is being happy with how you have changed your life, not how much you have changed.