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Offline Rowena_Ellenweorc

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Re: Is having Therapy really needed?
« Reply #80 on: September 11, 2017, 09:50:18 am »
It's quite simple, some people don't have Gender Dysphoria, so why should they Transition !
Psyciatrists & Clinical Psychologists are a great asset in the persons gender confirmation process, just like Endocrinologists & Surgeons.
At the end of the Day, Gender Dysphoria is a medical issue, which makes it completely different from Gender Fluiditity, Non Binery, Transgender Spectrum.

This forum welcomes ALL identities.

THAT SAID I do believe your initial point was that quite simply, a therapist is good for helping you figure out your gender identity.  Which I completely agree with.
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Born May 1989 - Assigned Female
October 2016 - Came out to self/online
Feb/March 2017 - Officially came out to husband
April 2017 - Realized I'm Non-Binary
June 2017 - Started Therapy

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