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ErinElizabeth

After a good while of visiting the page without joining I finally had the courage to join. I’m a 36 year old MTF just now in the early stages of transitioning into my true self. My wife has been instrumental in getting me this far and chose my name several years ago, I’ll post more about myself soon and look forward to making friends! Have a great day everyone! 

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Charlize

Welcome.  Gad you wife is helping and supporting you.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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NB Adult

Welcome Erin Elizabeth! So nice to have an encouraging spouse by your side!

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Jackie C.

Salutations @ErinElizabeth!

 

Supportive spouses are just the best! I'm glad you have one as well. A partner in life makes the trials and challenges so much easier.

 

Hugs!

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Susan R
1 hour ago, ErinElizabeth said:

My wife has been instrumental in getting me this far and chose my name several years ago

Welcome ErinElizabeth, it's a pleasure to meet you.  It's so nice to read that your spouse is a supporter.  If the time comes that you need to move forward in your transitional journey, you're in a rare position of having your strongest ally right there along side.  Most things will be smoother...even the difficult milestones will be reached with greater ease.  You have been given one of the greatest gifts you could ever receive.

 

I know it was difficult but thank you for sharing your wonderful news with us.  It's been a long and tiring week for me and I needed some good refreshing news.

 

Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Adrian Doyle
2 hours ago, ErinElizabeth said:

After a good while of visiting the page without joining I finally had the courage to join. I’m a 36 year old MTF just now in the early stages of transitioning into my true self. My wife has been instrumental in getting me this far and chose my name several years ago, I’ll post more about myself soon and look forward to making friends! Have a great day everyone! 

Welcome to the community! I’m new here too! Everyone is so nice!

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JoniSteph

Welcome ErinElizabeth from another new member of the Community. I have been a lurker of the shadows as well learning what I can and finally hit the GO JOIN button. Enjoy.

 

JoniSteph

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TammyAnne

Hi ErinElizabeth! Welcome!

Glad you are here!

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ToniTone

Welcome ErinElizabeth! Love that name, that's beautiful that your wife is so supportive and helpful, she sounds lovely 💗

 

~Toni

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ShawnaLeigh

Welcome.  Great place you found.  I love it here. ❤️

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SaraAW

Welcome to the forums. Lots of wonderful and supportive people here. Sounds like you have an amazing wife. 
 

*hugs*
 

Sara

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Timber Wolf

Hi ErinElizabeth,

Welcome to Transpulse. I'm glad you're here!

Lots of love and a big welcome hug, 

Timber Wolf 🐾

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ErinElizabeth

Thank you all for the kind responses, I’m happy to be here! 

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Madelyn

Welcome ErinElizabeth,

I‘m glad you decided to join, and that you have such great support!

 

Hugs,

Madelyn 

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