Just be yourself and you’ll do just fine. I personally like the outfit on bottom but I can’t see what you’re wearing below the blue sweater but the color suits you. The skinny jeans look good but it sort of depends on the job you’re taking. These are casual looks but ok for some job interviews. I wish you the very best and hope that you are successful in getting this position.
Hi Natasha, welcome to the forum. Your journey sounds very familiar to me and many others posting here as VIcky pointed out. As you by now realize, these feelings don’t go away all by themself. Dealing with it head on works so much better than burying everything. Eventually, the issues just show up unannounced at the worst possible time. The cycle is the only thing predictable about it.
We’re here to help in any way we can. Until you can get in to see a therapist which likely won’t be right away, feel free to get plenty of very helpful advice here. You might even meet a few new friends along the way. Thank you for your candid introduction.
I have my 1st job interview 2mor as Alex the transgender. I am bit nervous I never not been alex the guy before. I not using a wig ,very natural make up, no dress or heels . I am going through some outfits and this is one a choice. would like some feed back. But I understand that I am not the most popular one on this site. To tell the truth I don't like chat rooms and this the only one I belong too. Heck, I don't even use facebook that much. But I would really appreciate some feed back here so I don't make a complete fool of myself.I am submit one with out a wig and one with just in case
Oh, absolutely. My spouse has been a rock in my life (really, we've been each other's) and has protected me when I couldn't muster up the strength our courage to protect myself.
Zay-Duh is how I pronounce it, but people can call me Ze for short, or if they are practicing non-binary pronouns. If that is still tough, I also accept Your Highness.
And yup, I think this is my fourth account over the years (2008/2009, then 2010, then 2017, and now).
By the way, I looked up that word, "propitious," and I am still not sure what it means ^^'
Thanks, it's a French bastardization of the Greek letter zeta
Hi, thank you! I saw you mentioned my old account in a happy birthday post a few years ago, so thank you! (and it was a low-stress birthdy, btw!)
Yeah, I'm just that cool 😎 Honestly, it's really cool that there are still a lot of familiar faces here, like Vicky and Carolyn (and JJ, though it looks like he isn't very active these days).
Welcome to Trans Pulse, Natasha. I encourage you to look around at the various forums and post wherever you like, and ask any questions that come to mind. You'll find friendship and understanding here.
I’m sorry to hear that I hope they will let you go to an outside consultant. I could only imagine how antsy your getting i would be well past that. I looked at planned parenthood but they have pretty much outlawed them in the state of Missouri. So I’m stuck calling around to find a endocrinologist that’s taking patients. Then hopefully they take insurance. Problem is there I have my insurance with the union I’m in and I really don’t want to out myself to them because most likely I will be outed to my employer.