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Offline Amaki

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Re: Do you wish you had transitioned earlier?
« Reply #40 on: May 31, 2018, 09:44:39 pm »
In all honestly I have very few memories of when I was younger... I dont know if Ive just blocked them out, or maybe one of the times I hit my head I lost most of them. But honestly I do wish I was more open about my feeling back than maybe it would of help, maybe not it was the early 90's anything different must be burn type of attitude. Now Im all in a hurry to get into finally being happy even though I know like everything else in life its a hurry up and wait scenario. I do really like the experiences that build me as a whole but I also wished it was easier to be me back than too.

Sorry have to stay positive not only for you all be myself as well.
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Offline Susan H

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Re: Do you wish you had transitioned earlier?
« Reply #41 on: June 17, 2018, 07:57:00 pm »
I was three years old when I told my mom that i wished i had been born a girl. She spent the rest of her life trying to get me to be more masculine  Mom died when i was fourteen. Dad seemed to be okay with my feminine self, so long as i kept it inside of the house. I was starting my senior year of high school when I really got to start.
So, yeah, that was like fifteen years later than i wanted to.