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Today is shot day again. I always look forward to shot day. I dont know if it's psychological or not, but every time I give myself a shot, I start to feel like I am floating on a cloud and I feel all so comfortable and content with just loving every aspect of this. Even thou I spent over 3 decades as someone else trying to please everyone and feeling like an outcast but always being a people pleaser and just being the individual that I thought everyone wanted me to be and it stressed me out too much. Now as myself, I am comfortable and happy and knowing this is right and the shots really help with comfort.

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Ellora

Yay! I am happy that you feel happy! I feel that way everyday I take My lady meds. 

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Alex C

glad to hear it. I wish I felt the same but the deep I get the more I feel like a lost cause. Still look a man, still get call sir and mister and buddy..Happy for you both

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Ellora
5 hours ago, Alex C said:

glad to hear it. I wish I felt the same but the deep I get the more I feel like a lost cause. Still look a man, still get call sir and mister and buddy..Happy for you both

 

Hi! It’s a long road. I haven’t always been this happy. I wish I had the courage to have started decades ago. Im just happy about anything I can do to push me forward, and try not to let it get me down when I don’t. I still present as a man in public, so I still get Sir all the time. All the time. I ignore it best I can. I change the thought to something else when I need to. 

Don’t give up or be discouraged, do the best that you can do, stay positive when you can. Create your own world, and keep the toxic part out. Set your boundaries. 

 

I hope you can find some peace and enjoy that you are being brave enough to even try to be yourself! 💜

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Raven1981

@Alex C and @Ellora.  I wish myself that I could have started my journey sooner than staying in the closet for over 3 decades, but it is what it is.  I am just super happy and just love my injections.  The last time I felt like I was floating on a cloud was when I was given pain shots going through my cancer treatments.  And now once again, I am floating on a cloud every time I give myself a shot.

 

 

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Cyndee

Good Morning Amy, what you describe in your post I also experienced on injection day (few hours later), just a glow, a good feeling, or enhanced feeling of well being. I used IM for my E for well over 6 years and it was quite effective, and economical delivery method to use. I've switched to E patches this year however as I am getting older and my girl puberty is pretty much done now (at least what my Dr said), I just put on my new E patch this morning and it does not take long to "feel it".

 

Glowingly

 

Cyndee -

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Ellora

@Amy LeBlanc I take the pill version but i feel great afterward. Im glad that you get a euphoric feeling!

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