Starting Journey at 45

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    Stanley Abrams
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    Hi, my name is Stanley.  At least that’s what I’m calling myself.  I’m just starting my journey to become a man.  I just turned 45 on January 26th of this year and I feel it’s time to become whom I really am.  Any advice or help I can get, I would greatly appreciate it.  I’m here to make new friends and am here to talk to anyone who needs a friend.

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    • #93901

      Hey there! I’m 55 and started t in july! I haven’t posted here cause I didn’t see any other guys and figured there were none… don’t have much time this morning but just wanted to reply quick! I’m up for any questions or making friends!

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      DeeAnn Hopings
      AMBASSADOR

      Stanley:

      Glad that you are here! Be sure to check out the F>M Chatroom and Forum.

      I don’t have any advice beyond saying that many here have found that working with a therapist experienced in gender issues is quite helpful. We Hu-Mans do not do well with change and working with a therapist is a good way to stay focused on what needs conscious thought. I also encourage you to add to your Profile page as best you can. It is a great way for other members to understand where things sit for you and your aspirations.

    • #93500

      Dear Stanley,

      I hear you loud and clear. I can totally relate with you. I just turned 43 this January and told myself the same thing. I have “come out” to people who don’t really understand why I am this way and tried to convince me that I don’t know myself. B$! If your like me, then you’ve probably already been on this path for a long time and you might have put yourself to the side to please everyone else around you. I have been doing this for so- long! When is it the “right” time? When should I put my needs before everyone else’s? -Well, the time is now. I think being on furlough gave me a lot of time to self actualize. During which, I decided to make healthier choices. Even though my parts don’t line up with the real me, I can put my mind in a good place. In my mind, I am already the man I want to be.

      Sincerely,

      Reese

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