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My Underwear Supply Mystery

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VickySGV

I know that I have warned some of you from time to time that GCS and HRT do not solve ALL of your underlying mental and physical conditions and you need to keep touch with help on those issues even after you have had the GD adequately  treated for your life.  I do not always sound like it, or show outward symptoms of it,  but I was diagnosed with Major Depression before I ever got around to Gender issues and I can be highly functional even when it is in full swing.  Thankfully I have only needed medicine for it for a short time when I was detoxing from alcohol abuse 10 1/2 years ago but it is sneaky stuff and I am sometimes not aware of it until I am coming out of it.  Last night and today I seem to be coming out of a period that has lasted nearly 10  months from what I can gauge. 

 

Last night I realized I was down to two clean pairs of underwear.  Yes two pairs of panties.  It geared me up this morning to go hunting in my bedroom and a place off my bathroom and laundry room and then to other parts of the house that have not seen a broom in much too long.  I ended up with two large washer loads of underwear and towels and washcloths related to my dilating routine. I hazily remember getting new underwear from Wal Mart a couple of times in the last three months when the thought of doing laundry almost incapacitated me.  The punchline to this build up is that I have just stuffed my underwear drawer with SIXTY pairs of clean underwear, and there are another 8 or  ten pairs in my dryer going round and round just now. I will E-mail a contact in the Behavioral Health unit of my HMO tomorrow, probably speak with an intake person to see if I need to do more, but I will be reporting a fog clearing sensation that means I may be in remission for a while, but watch it and stay mindful.  SIXTY darn pairs of underwear though, and it is mine.

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Ellora

Hi! Welcome back! And Stay for a Looooooooong time! 😉 😉. It’s good to hear that you feel like you are out of your funk. That a big deal that you noticed it and are talking about it. Even better, panties galore! I love it when I have a good supply of panties ready! Stay strong and Pantyful! 

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tracy_j

I find I have a problem getting everything in if it is all washed up to date, but I hate mess and am one of those people who tend to tidy constantly. Our house is too small to put things out the way but I am amazed at how things can hide so though.

 

Tracy

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SaraAW

Glad to hear you feel like you’re coming out of it. Please make sure you send that email and continue to take care of yourself. 

 

*hugs*

 

Sara

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Jani

I'm happy to hear the fog has cleared Vicky.   Now to find a place for all those panties! 

 

Jani

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Charlize

I'm sorry you have been in a deep funk Vicky but glad your feeling better.  Your sense of humor seems to have returned!.  Baring accidents you are also ready for almost 2 months of clean panties!   

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize 

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VickySGV
2 hours ago, Charlize said:

I'm sorry you have been in a deep funk

 

It is not rally a "Deep Funk" but it narrows my field of vision for what things are important for life.  Some people might call it laziness, but I just prioritize things differently.  Once in a while it would be "normal" to do that but I have extended periods when it happens.  I will admit my sense of humor has been a bit dark and in the biting range and not my more preferable gentleness.  Part of mt reason for this post is to let others know that some mental issues are still going to be part of us and that whatever may be going on, they are not "sicko's" not faking Trans and some other things.

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