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yes I analyze but it gets me nowhere

N and I talked last night about my disphoria. She is actually fine with everything and always was from the beginning. It was me that had the problem all along. She understands that this is the way I am and she reiterated that on the phone to me.

I have virtually ceased all analysis of what makes me tick and have been instead focusing on being myself. I need to dress up as a woman and that’s all I need to know.

I will refrain from putting up stuff that is divisive on my blog but honestly I think we all know each other sufficiently well here that there is never any harm intended when I post things.

Ray Blanchard is a discredited theorist who did junk science. He did not find the origin for gender disphoria but simply categorised approximately 200 people that he treated at his clinic; and rather poorly I might add.

So in the absence of any real science, I will simply live my life until such time as something truly interesting comes along that catches my attention.

Peace to all.

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  1. Joanna -

    There is so much junk science out there involving the gender dysphoric, that I don't bother with it. Instead, I've found it best to understand who I am, develop self-confidence, and to move forward - regardless of where the path leads,

    So living your life is your best option....

    M

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  2. You are so right Marian. This is what I intend to do going forward...

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