My readers have been awesome every step of the way in this amazing blog journey. However, every story has an ending, and so must this one. This blog has not been kept up lately and I apologize for that, because you my amazing readers deserve more. My life has been hectic, hard personal struggles where I didn’t see the light at the end of tunnel. I was fired from a well paying job back in February. I also suffer from Gender dysphoria. I came out as bi-gender, because for some reason in my head that was better than admitting who I am. However, it’s more than being genderfluid and/or bi-gender, I don’t feel like either of those. I know I’m a woman inside. I’m a Transgender Woman and very proud of it. I always felt this way and when looking back upon my life, i know this is who I am without question. As a child, I never wanted to play with toys geared towards boys. I wanted barbie dolls, which I never got. I would suffer from panic attacks and anxiety almost everytime I needed to use a public restroom. I always wanted earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. I loved handbags, and Women’s Wallets. For the most part, I always was attracted to what would be consider typically feminine. In retrospect, maybe my gynecomastia and being fired was a gift, and shove to become who I am. Would I say, that I’m 100% happy now and life is perfect? No, but, life is sure less gloomy now a days.
It’s because of my choice to truly live my life as the Woman I am, that I can’t in good conscience and honestly continue this blog. I will be starting another blog for a fresh start on things. I think my experience could still serve the gynecomastia sufferers well. I believe, I’m still a value/asset to this community. However, I would still be interested in finding a person that could do guest posts on my new blog or maybe even help me continue this one. However, it is with a heavy heart that I will no longer be active with this blog anymore. Either way, the blog will stay up for the time being as a reference for others who are seeking help for their gynecomastia. It was a pleasure, working on this blog.