Reply To: Should I go to my local Gender Identity Clinic?

DeeAnn Hopings


Here is something to consider about coming out…

One of the most important things about coming out is that you get to tell your story, your way and in your own words. You also get to think about what you are going to say beforehand. What this means is that you get to define how you have felt getting to this point, where things sit for you now and what you need to do going forward. The problem is that when you get outed, what gets told is someone else’s perception about what’s happening. It is called Losing The Narrative. Once you lose the narrative, it is VERY hard to get it back. You are instantly thrown into a defensive posture and it becomes reactionary from there on.

The only real way to combat this is to come out on your own and get ahead of things. You say what you need to say. People may be upset about what they hear, but they cannot say that you lied…

3 users thanked author for this post.

©2022 Transgender Heaven | Privacy | Terms of Service | Contact Vanessa | Affiliate

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from Transgender Heaven.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Log in with your credentials


Forgot your details?

Create Account

If you don't see the captcha above please disable ad and tracking blockers and reload the page.