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I’m at, what feels like, a critical point in self gender discovery. I came out to my wife that I think I’m non-binary a year ago. She was pretty cool with it, but said we had to keep it to ourselves and we’d get through it together.
She’s had some terrible health issues recently, I’m reeling from a parental suicide, suffering from gender dysphoria (during a global pandemic) and I’ve realised I’m not coping too well.
I’ve come out to my GP. Am on a 4/5 year waiting list for the UK’s gender identity clinic. Have gone into gender specialised theorpy and I’m a few weeks away now from speaking to a private clinic in regards to help and the possibility of hormones.
I’ve been reading a lot about micro dosing and think this could help align me with where I should sit on the gender spectrum. The emotional side of femininity is what I want to be closer to.
The possible physical changes are confusing me currently. I can’t decide how I’d feel about breasts. My wife has said it’s a definite no. So there’s a chance of ruining a 20 year relationship.
I also don’t want to keep living this lie. Now knowing who I am, and coming out, I want to live the rest of my life feeling the way I should.
But taking the pills seems selfish.
It’s a tough one.
Anyway, I’m here to see if anyone can help and to see if others have experienced similar situations and to get advice.
Thanks in advance and I look forward to being here.
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