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I posted fliers around, looking for trans people interested in a group setting that my therapist is setting up. I met a local girl through FB that lives a few minutes from me. We've been talking and texting and having a great time.

Tonight, is our first group. I'm excited for this, and to Meet Marisol. My wife and I are going to take her out to dinner tonight. I get off at noon:30 today, and plan on going home and simply sleeping, hoping my head cooperates and hold off on the headaches. 

Quite frankly, I'm amazed at how difficult it's been to find resources around here, but I find them online in the tiniest little towns. So weird.....

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Cindy Truheart

Good luck on your group, I hope it does well!

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Charlize

Hope you have a great time.  Let us know how it goes.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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It's a small group, which I suspect that I'll like better as I'm never real comfortable with big groups. Finally met the friend that I've been electronically chatting with for a couple months. Had a nice time.

My new friend's (Marisol) car had broke down so we gave her a ride out to dinner and home afterwards. When Marisol and I arrived at my car, my wife surprised us each with a bouquet of roses.

Had a wonderful time. Good food, good friends and happy conversation...... :) 

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31 minutes ago, Fiona said:

When Marisol and I arrived at my car, my wife surprised us each with a bouquet of roses.

Had a wonderful time. Good food, good friends and happy conversation...... :) 

That is so awesome! Glad you had a good time!

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28 minutes ago, Cindy Truheart said:

That is so awesome! Glad you had a good time!

Thank you, it was wonderful. Maybe next time my wife won't need two Irish Car Bombs to start off the night. LOL

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Charlize

Your wife sounds great if a bit extravagant.  Sounds like a good night indeed.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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19 hours ago, Charlize said:

Your wife sounds great if a bit extravagant.  Sounds like a good night indeed.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

She's always been a giving person. But it is taking her some time to get used to all this.

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Yes, it's very difficult. I can see the daily fighting within her. :( 

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Have a good time and let us know how things go. Hugs. Amber

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