Finally accepted that I am female inside

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    Since childhood tried my best to be guy and now at 48 after trial, errors and denial came out to wife and decide to embrace my femininity.  Where do I go from here – I don’t know.

    Thinking to have my own wardrobe, openly share my bedroom preferences, and display feminine side in public.



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    • #62028
      Diane H


      A good place to explore your options is the Keystone Conference that is held each spring in Harrisburg PA.  This year the dates are March 25 to 29th.

      You can find counselors, help with navigating the interpersonal issues that we face, beauty tips, doctors and lots and lots of wonderful TG people in an absolutely safe environment.

      Here is a link to explore

      Going to Keystone changed my life.

      Be well and happy



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      Stephanie Kennedy


      Hi Randy Welcome to TGH I have wanted those same things my whole life. Sounds wonderful. In my opinion the best way to start would be to find some one that can help you achieve those goals. What helped me the most was my therapist. She helped me sort out and prioritise all of the goals otherwise its a bit confusing to say the least. All the best Stephanie

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      Breanna Leigh


      Hi Randy,

      I agree, you need to find a qualified gender therapist near you and begin working thru your confusion. We can help, but we cannot do for you what a professional can!!

      For now, be honest and open with yourself and your wife and start communicating what your feeling.
      Hugs, Bree

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      Anne Preuss


      Lexi, you say you don’t know what direction to go from this point of revealing your femininity to your wife.  Reaching for an analogy, you are a bit like a raft adrift with the ocean currents taking you here and there with no sense of purpose and direction.  I can understand how you were probably frustrated to the point of finally revealing yourself to your wife after suppressing your feelings for so long.  I think it would be to the benefit of both you and your wife if you seek the help of a gender therapist to help you sort through these feelings and jointly determine what the future holds for the both of you as a couple and individuals.

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