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Too many feels all the time by William Hezzlehall - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 14:58:49 EST ID:zkXVVc2Y No.377823 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've been on hormones for 8 months and during the last few weeks I've kinda gone into hyper-emotional mode. I've been on the same dosage for about 6 months so no changes here. My Doc tells me i'm "in the normal range for females".

I've been more sensitive than before hrt for some months now, but this is new.
I mean, I knew that something like this would probably happen but I didn't think it would be this... intense. And I thought it would happen during the first few months and that it would get better.

Just a few days ago I got super mad/sad because I fucked up my make-up and there was not enough time to completely fix it before guests came to visit. Now it wasn't that bad, yet it was enough that the day was ruined for me. Also these guests were mostly family who are super relaxed, they don't care about my make-up.

See, I can deal with breaking down because of valid reasons. I cry all the time when I remember that I'd really love to be in a relationship yet I can't because of dysphoria and self-image and reasons. But, y'know, I'm working on these things. I can deal with it.
But I'm not sure how to deal with being so strongly affected by what was essentially...nothing.

Is this even normal? And will it go away and settle for normal levels. Like crying because a movie was really sad? That's okay. Crying because of no reasons at all? Fuck dat shit mane :|
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Nigger Cettingford - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 22:50:45 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.377834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>377823

its normal, i do the same thing and been on mones for 3 3/4 years.

You'll get used to it. you will find that it kind of builds up and off of your mood, for example, the reason you cried is because although your guests are relaxed, you wanted to make sure your makeup was good enough for guests. Im sure if you fucked your makeup when you werent under pressure you would laugh about it.

Its not always over bad things, the last time i had a little crying spell in public was when my best friends new born cuddled with a koala soft toy i bought as a birthday present. Seems like nothing, but at the moment it was so emotional.


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