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(@Melissa Kelleher)
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Hi Sabrina ,

I can totally emphasize with you. I would start by stop calling your feminine side your alter ego . After all it's you and you don't suffer from multiple personalities. That has always been important for me anyway. I think its important to speak to Gender Therapist, and its important to give it as much time and thought as possible , as it's a huge decision . You have nothing to loose by speaking to a therapist, they will help you to figure everything out , and put you on the right track . Gender therapist are different to Psychologists as they are more understanding and less judgemental than speaking to psychologists. So take the first step and make that appointment.

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(@bmactavish)
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Reputable Member     United States of America, Iowa
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Great advice, Melissa! Thanks for the insights.

Brina

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(@Melissa Kelleher)
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Thanks for sharing You bring up a lot of good points.

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(@cdhaley)
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Our stories have many similarities, especially as it pertains to our feelings of confusion, wonder, and even amazement. Some days when I look in the mirror and see a beautiful, feminine image looking back at me, it makes me want to just unleash Haley on the world...yet my reality washes back over me. Why is this “gift” so confusing?

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(@bmactavish)
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Reputable Member     United States of America, Iowa
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I agree. Is it our perception of how others will react or instinctive feelings that "know how they will react?" Most likely a combination of both. I was taught to not be selfish or knowingly cause others pain. That makes being me difficult at best. I know what the answer could be, should be, or ought to be, but it's the hurting others for my sake that is tough. If I had severe dysphoria, then by all means I have to do what is needed to survive. Maybe I'll still hit that point.

Thanks for the comment!

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(@cdhaley)
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Trusted Member     United States of America, Florida, Tampa
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I guess we just take it as it comes? Not sure that plan will work for me...just not sure of too much about myself

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Personally, I've never been a big proponent of utilizing a professional, but I believe in the value and find myself thinking of doing so more often. (I had a sister that was a psychologist...put a damper on me...felt like I was a guinea pig.) I think this is valuable to anyone that is trying to sort their life out. The goal for all of us is to come to some form of acceptance and then to work out where and what to do next.

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(@janeelizabethmansfield60)
Active Member     Australia, Tasmania, New norfolk
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Jane, from Tasmania, have blended my dressing styles, female exclusively to work and going out with my SO. A lot of discussion about our life together, and increase in romance.
I will have my first trip to transgender Ball later this year.
So life is moving ahead.
Jane

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