I am supposed to see my parents in person in a couple of weeks and I am quite nervous. It has been a while since I have seen them and I suspect they will notice the changes from HRT.
I had to run out to the post office today to ship a package.
For the first time since starting my gender transition, I purchased a dress. I don’t think that it was the best decision for my mental health.
I had a follow-up discussion with my HRT provider about my levels, and it has revealed the core problem in my treatment: we are drawing opposite conclusions from the same results.
I had imagined a lot of possibilities going into my HRT appointment, but I never imagined it going like this. What should have been a straightforward appointment became a real mess.
I have an HRT appointment in a week and I am pretty nervous. I have had minor gripes with the clinic before, but nothing serious. Typically, I just try to get in and out as quickly as possible with my prescription. Unfortunately, that isn’t an option this time around. I have to have a seriousContinue reading “HRT appointment nerves”
I have been working from home since early this year and it has been great. It has certainly made my gender transition easier. I don’t have to worry about hiding the HRT changes if I never have to see anyone. I was also able to go through the emotional changes from HRT privately rather thanContinue reading “I have forgotten how to hold a conversation”
Like many people this year, I spent thanksgiving alone. However, this was not because of the coronavirus, I decided to not spend the holidays with my family for a different reason. I am not out to anyone and don’t have any plans to come out soon. In light of this, I decided not to visitContinue reading “Holiday Malaise”
I came to the realization that I was a trans woman through what I feel is a pretty odd route. I always knew that something wasn’t “normal” (at least according to society) about myself, but I was never able to give it a label. I was ultimately turn to books and the internet to acquire an understanding of my gender identity.
Sometimes, it is the little mistakes that can trip you up. This was one of those times.