A blog mainly about a dmab trans girl and their random scribbling's.
I'm so sorry, you poor girl, I understand how difficult it is, I really do. I have such horrible stories I could tell from my past that would probably make you physically ill just to listen to. Hang on and talk to the docs, it is a slow and frustrating process but you will be sooo happy when you stick it out. I may not be there to give you a needed hug in person, but I am only an email away and I am thinking of you. As hard as it is to believe, things will work out. I have people tell me that all the time and I am finally starting to see that maybe what they have been telling me for a long time might be right (when the hell did the girl take over anyway, I missed the memo apparently, lol.) We all want immediate alleviation and corectiveness, and regardless of what they tell us, the struggle never seems totally worth it until after it is all over. Stay strong girl, and rememeber that we are here for you when you need us. I promise. (I really started crying when I read this post because I know that pain all to well.) Hugs XXXX.
Dear LucyMy heart goes out to you.You really are not alone in these feelings.You have to let these emotions out before they break your precious spirit.Perhaps now may be the time to see your GP & or get some counselling to try & make sense of your feelings.The longer we are drowned by the darkness of depression the longer it takes to heal & get to a point where you can rationally explore your feelings.Take careLoveDebbie
Hang in there Lucy. Your thoughts are rational; a rational response to the dilemmas, the ups and and downs, the lows and highs, which are part of the package with gender variance. The unspeakable angst which gets us all at times. Thinking of you.
For what comfort these words offer: I'm thinking of you too. I hope things start to get better. It can be difficult at times, but good things can happen too.As others have said, hang on in there and we're here if you need us.Lynnx
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