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Offline Mariabella

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Leaving for Portugal and family
« on: March 12, 2019, 02:17:45 pm »
In the wake of alot of unsettling news about my medical conditions I am emigrating back to Portugal and my family there. Transition is off the table until I deal with a host of other issues found during an intersex diagnosis. I want to thank those who have been kind here. I came here in deep pain and still am in deep pain but have a new pers[pective after reading others stories. I am by nature very private and even joining this forum was a huge social step for me. So with that I thank all who reached out and bid you all Bon Chance
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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 02:51:05 pm »
In the wake of alot of unsettling news about my medical conditions I am emigrating back to Portugal and my family there. Transition is off the table until I deal with a host of other issues found during an intersex diagnosis. I want to thank those who have been kind here. I came here in deep pain and still am in deep pain but have a new pers[pective after reading others stories. I am by nature very private and even joining this forum was a huge social step for me. So with that I thank all who reached out and bid you all Bon Chance
Besos
Mariabella

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Dear Mariabella:
I am so sorry to hear of your ongoing medical issues.
 
Yes indeed, being here on the Forums with other members that may be going through similar experiences in their own lives is good therapy...   
Being able to mutually share thoughts, questions and comments with like minded members is one of best features of being involved here on the Susan's Place Forums.

As you get ready to go and eventually end up back "home" with your family please continue to keep us all updated and continue to participate in the Forums conversations as you feel comfortable doing..

Hugs and best wishes to you...
Danielle

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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 03:34:14 pm »
Mariabella,
      I just returned here after a three month break. I have struggled as well. Please enjoy Portugal. It is um pais bonito. I did spend quite a bit of time there. We do hope that you will keep in touch.   Beijinhos, Marsha

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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2019, 10:35:48 am »
Take care Mariabella

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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2019, 04:04:25 pm »
Safe travels!

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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2019, 08:03:09 pm »
I have a plan beyond reaction now. I am in therapy unpacking this burden and I have a move date of mid september to mid october. I will live with my aunts girlfriend and continue therapy. She is a a powerful woman and will appreciate my domestic nature I am told  :). Once I am established my wife intends to emigrate at the first of the year when she completes her continuing ed. My aunt is a retired government worker and is setting up my return for good. She has connections in the health service to facilitate first my heart and diabetes meds and then my transition. Met once in my life Aunt Maria is my fathers older cousin. It is her name I took on as Mariabella. For the first time I have family helping me.
Now getting through the crisis that has set the path. Deep realizations about how far .
Mariabellamy brother and I were betrayed by immediate family. resurging hatred of those long dead. Medical info which will change my life forever aside from GRS which considering the surgeries coming for congenital defects is just a piece of the big picture put in y lap when i came fully out to my self and a couple other close folks. The path led to medical diagnoses which will greatly prolong and improve this life. Now working through the baggage that darkens my light is ahead. All involved say given what I have revealed this will be my biggest hurdle. My therapist likened unpacking the trauma outlined will be like being in a blender,,,yay! it ain;t electro shock and halleluya on that ,right?. So there I am outlined in a post.Bless you who have reached out It is deeply appreciated with loving heart
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Re: Leaving for Portugal and family
« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2019, 08:53:29 pm »
It sounds wonderful that  you have an ally in Portugal to help you!  Good Luck!

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