Jan, 2013

the holidays were really hard.  harder than i would have possibly imagined that they could have been.  it was one of the most depressing and horrible times i’ve ever gone though and knowing that i wouldn’t be able to make it back East for my son’s birthday was even worse.  the end of the year is going to be problematic for many years to come i suspect.   the ex has been particularly mean recently even going so far as to actually make fun of me for being abused as a child.  what sort of person would or could do that, to anyone, let alone to someone that they once professed to love?

i’m scheduled for my first VA intake appointment today and i’m terrified.  i will get through it but i’m terrified of the humiliation and embarrassment that will, inevitably arise, from being misgendered and misnamed.  it’s a process but it is a very difficult process.


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