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I was just wondering if anyone else does this.

In my room, I have a wall of pictures of guys I want to look like after transition, for hope pretty much. On my tablet I have a folder of guys I wanna look like as well. 

Does anyone else do similar things to this? Do you find it helps, or makes things worse? Do you look at it and find hope, or despair, as if you'll never get there? 

Thank you in advance!

~ Josh

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Yes, I've hanged an empty frame in my bedroom

It gives me hope, like life is an empty template and I have all the latitude to be myself, trust my instinct and be happy


besides, I really want to look like a pink wall anyway :D


Joking aside, I feel like it's a bad idea, that would give me so much dysphoria.


What is cute about what you are writing is the hope. It's very important to have that. Do anything you can to keep that hope and a positive outlook.

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