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A Hiccup. . . .getting back on the wagon.
« on: January 24, 2008, 07:03:50 pm »
Many of you who have read my entries know that I got approved for HRT in November of 07 by my therapist and doctor, but I only got to take one months worth of hormones before I was offered a better job.  I was contacted by a company that I had interviewed with last june about a nice position and I just couldn't resist.  It's a salary field position, so I'll be working out of my home and seeing different people everyday.  I guess the point is that I had to quit my old job in December, and without the insurance I couldnt afford the doctors appointments and HRT.  I was under the assumption that this new company was ready to hire me on the spot, but it took them about a month and a half to get all the paperwork straight.  I've been biting my nails ever since I quit my old job wondering if I made the right choice.  However I do start the new position next month, and they have the same healthcare provider as my old job so I should be able to get the hormones no problem.  Also, I have my third laser hair removal session tomorrow (I prepaid.) so I'm looking forward to that.

The thing is though is that when I was contacted about this new job that my mind automatically went into a mode that made sure I was doing nothing to jeapordize the job position that I needed to support myfamily, which included HRT.  I didnt want them to ping me for anything other than an ordinary guy because I needed the job.  I know many have said that if you really want it you will do anything to stay on HRT, but I have a family to support and they will always come first.  My therapist agreed with me as well, which was a relief.  We had a brief phone conversation and we were in accord that income to support ones family is paramount to success.  After I do some training next month for my new job I plan on getting back on the path with HRT.  I have found a pace that is comfortable with me and I know that my priorities are in order.  I'd like to take this moment to thank everyone here and say that this site has been such a wealth of information and you girls here are just wonderful!