LIVE SESSIONS Episode 2 – with Sophie and Char
with guest member Aija Pince
Sunday 27th September 10am (PST)

When we choose to live and present ourselves as a woman, we change a great many aspects of our life. We know very well what it’s like to live as a man in this world, but things change the moment we step out in the world as a woman. We will cover this  topic and more during the 2nd Episode of LIVE SESSIONS.with Sophie and Char

Some of the issues we may face as we enter into the world of Womanhood may take us by surprise, shock or educate us. 

It’s good to understand that much of what we face and deal with in life is not necessarily unique to us. While we are all individuals, we are all connected in so many ways. As such, we experience similar insecurity, anxiety, fear, love anger, panic, happiness, etc. 

So, the next time you find yourself in one of those states of being, remember that you are not the first or last to feel that, but one of millions who go through the very same emotional feeling and state of mind; no matter if you are feeling alone, isolated, insecure, or empowered you may feel at that time. Take comfort in the knowledge that you are not alone in that experience and others have not only survived it but gone on to have happy fulfilling lives too. 

Presenting yourself as a woman publicly, may hold many fears. Most are likely to have been created by our own thoughts, that prevent us from acting with the confidence that we need to show and holding us back, when the reality can be so very different and liberating.  

The key is believing in yourself, to walk with confidence, feel confident, project yourself as the person you want to be and live the life of the person.  

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I began this journey the day I opened my eyes for the very first time. I found this site at a time when I needed support more than any other point in my life. I had chosen to transition after years of internal turmoil, failing to be able understand or accept who and what I was. My life moved on at a pace that I found hard to deal with at times, but I managed. Living alone in the South West of France life was far from simple or easy then. Then, I discovered this oasis online, finding love, understanding and support unequalled to anything I have previously come across. Dare I suggest, my other family! So, why return after leaving about two years back? At the point, my life was changing dramaticaly, everything I had believed, understood and built my life around, up until that point, changed almost overnight. I am very settled in my life now living as a woman, with friends and a social life, all while being the happiest I have been. I am in the medical system here after overcoming many obstacles, now with the hope of surgery very soon to complete my transition. I have returned here in the hope that my experiences and knowledge can be of help to others in this community. When very young, I dreamed of being a girl, going to bed at night hoping I would awake as a girl. After realising that wasn't going to happen, I shut down that wish and lived a repressed existence from that day. It took a lifetime of unintentionally hurting myself and others, regretfully! Perhaps the one true regret of my life!

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Jane Don
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Jane Don (@janedon)
1 year ago

Me & I suspect most other CDs largest concern is –How to make a living if we changed to live as a full time female– I don’t exactly have a lot I could give up– I do have a house–But my mortgage payment, utilities ect are low (about the same as rent) & rents keep rising – I’m Low income but but pretty good at money management -I have looked at selling the house but with what rents are & the fact I still Owe on it–The “Profit” would be Gone in a few yrs– It might be interesting to… Read more »

Deborah Sullivan
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Deborah Sullivan (@debbiedd)
1 year ago

I first noticed how wonderful it was to be out in public and have men hold the door open for me when entering a place

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