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Post by Steffi » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:54 am

Hi :-)

The Beaumont Society should be able to tell you where the nearest local trans group meets.
It does help having a friend to discuss things with etc.

From what you wrote, it seems that you aren't in the care of a GIC and are intending to self-medicate?
What is your age?

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Post by 123itsme » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:49 pm

Hi im new to this site,just to give you a quick rundown on the last few weeks of whats been happening to me.Its taken a long time to come to terms with the fact that im transgender m2f..I,ve been in contact with various people via email and this has been going on for some time.I decided to have counselling and have had a few sessions which were of great help.Everything is in place at this time to proceed to the next stage which is hrt,but I find myself holding back for some reason,I want to start to transition ..The last session I had the counseller said now you got to the stage where the only way forward for you is to start treatment and become the woman that you are inside...I need at this time someone that I can talk to to keep me feeling positive,has anyone got any Ideas as regards to this...many thanks Ann

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