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I can’t believe that my top surgery consult date is less than a week away. Three days away, to be exact. I clearly remember 9 weeks ago, when I had made the appointment and shortly after that wrote my first post here on this blog. What seemed like ages in the future has now come to be so close. I’m trying not to obsess over the appointment…the more I think about it, the more nervous I get. I’m definitely scared and nervous about standing half-naked in front of somebody while they poke and prod the very area that I so highly dislike. But I’m way more scared about the possibility of not walking out of there with a surgery date. I got my letter from my therapist on Saturday, so I’m all set from that end, but you never know what’s going to happen during the consult. I could ramble on and on about this, but the fact is, it won’t give me any answers. So I just have to mentally table it until then and wait it out. Keep reading
Before I get started, I want to say a HUGE “thank you” to all of you out there who I’ve recently come out to about this and who have been incredibly supportive–hopefully you all know who you are. I’ve spoken to many of you these past few days, some in person, some via text, and some via Skype, and it means more than I can type that I know I have your support through this journey. The more I read and hear about other people’s transitions, the more stories I come across where people were ostracized or even insulted by their friends and family, and I was terrified that would be my story as well. However, thanks to you all, it’s not. So again, thank you all for your support and I hope you will keep reading throughout the upcoming months!
This holiday weekend was rather Keep reading