My first hormone level check results came in. They are looking great according to my doctor. I find it interesting when they tested me before they put me on hormones to transition I was on the low end for male hormones.
I tried reading some of my old posts today. I couldn’t do it. It’s too hard. To look back and see where I was. To see all those raw feelings. To read all those emotions that flowed out without a care of who could read it. I also realized how far I have actually come. I went from being confused mentally and sexually to now knowing who I am and who I want to be with. I have changed so much in the past couple of years. I am now becoming the woman I was meant to be. I am more in love with my wife than I ever thought was possible. One of my best friends has become a sister to me and calls me sister. I’m scared and excited to see where I will be in the next couple of years.
Also, when I started this blog, it was supposed to be an anonymous outlet for me where only one person I knew in person knew about this blog. Then my cousin found the blog a couple of months into it and now I noticed one of my other best-friend’s girlfriend is now following me. At first I was a afraid for anyone to find this blog. But the more I think about it, so what if they read about me. They can read about my journey and my struggles. They can read about my emotions and feelings. They can follow in my growth. I hope that whom ever finds this blog, that they know a lot of the early writings were raw emotions that needed to be out. And if they have any questions, they can feel free to talk to me.
Too many notes :(
I’m about to start crying because the amount of notes.
It’s estimated that about two million people in the U.S. self injure themselves in some way. The majority are teenagers or young adults with young women outnumbering young men. They are of all races and backgrounds.
1 in 6 teenagers selfharm.
im a freak
No you’re not
i love you all
i’m ugly and fat. sorry for everything