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AdriannaB

Hello,I am Adrianna and a part time crossdresser.Been a part time crossdresser since the age of 8.Early memory is my mom introducing me to girl's clothing,at first I said no to trying on a dress.Then she convinced me to try it on.I realized I loved how more comfortable it was to wear and something happened,an inner feminine side came out of me.Being the only male in the family with 3 younger sisters,felt I was one of them part time.My mom said I looked good in that dress and I saw she was right.I have loved it ever since and live a very happy life as male and as Adrianna part time.Married to a very supportive wife,Nikki whom sees Adrianna as a girlfriend also.Do have my mom and 3 sisters for support too.Future plans are to be as Adrianna part time still,not going any further in my life.One thing I love are shoes and my wife is the same,have a few more than her.Only setback is with my twin son and daughter from a previous relationship,Came out to them in November and we are currently working things out.At 16,they have not accepted Adrianna in yet and I hope that changes.Been one step at a time and getting better.Starting to realize I am a happy dad with a female side to me.Goal is to have them meet Adrianna for the first time in their life.Been into a month seeing a therapist and next step is getting them to meet Adrianna for the first time when it happens.

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Sally Stone

Adrianna,

 

Welcome.  You and I are a lot alike in that we both acknowledge and express our feminine sides.  I have been part-time all of my life, and I am content and happy.  It sounds as though you currently feel the same way, and if that works for you, that's all that matters.  Thanks for sharing your feelings.  I think you'll find this site friendly and accepting no matter where you reside on the gender spectrum.

 

Hugs,

 

Sally

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Charlize

Welcome Adrianna.  Glad you are seeing a therapist.  Mine helped me accept myself without feeling the shame and guilt i had lived with so long.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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Jackie C.

Salutations Adrianna!

 

Your situation sounds... pretty good actually. Supportive spouse. Happy with your life. Content with yourself. Goals met. Everybody should be so well adjusted. Happy to meet you! I hope you like it here!

 

Hugs!

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Timber Wolf

Hi Adrianna,

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

 

Lots of love and a big welcome hug, 

Timber Wolf 🐾

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AdriannaB

I have had none supportive spouses in the past.One came close to stealing my femme wardrobe once.Nikki,she has encouraged me a lot and does let me borrow her clothes.Feel completely happy being part time

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Carolyn Marie

Welcome to Trans Pulse, Adrianna.  Yes, its great you have support and are in a good place in regards to your femme side.  I think you'll find a lot of support and great information in these forums.

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Jani

Welcome Adrianna. Things sound like they are going well.  Seeing a therapist is a good idea to help you sort things out.

 

Cheers, Jani

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AdriannaB
2 hours ago, Jani said:

Welcome Adrianna. Things sound like they are going well.  Seeing a therapist is a good idea to help you sort things out.

 

Cheers, Jani

They are and glad Nikki is in my life.It is getting closer to have my son and daughter meeting Adrianna for the first time.They are learning my femme side is here to stay

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