Crossdressing: Live Your Truth
Crossdressing, unfortunately, is more of a battle with ourselves than with society. It's my deepest wish to shift the closeted crossdresser from hiding in shame to living in the light. I want to share a message of positivity that may help you live your truth.
Get Mentally Positive
We should not let that space between our ears confuse our hearts. Let the mentality go and live from the foundational self that is you.
Everyone is a blend of male and female—crossdressing or not. Some more one-sided than the other, but we still have a duality.
Everyone Makes Choices
Each morning is a gift of God and His new beginning to our life. Yesterday is dead and gone. The rising sun shines on renewed eyes.
Each new day is an opportunity to renew our lives. It is all about our choices. Do we make choices of ego or of love, think of ourselves or of others, or choose to be selfish or unconditional?
These are the choices we make every sunrise. These are the choices we live by.
Who am I… Who are you?
We answer that by our choices. They speak loud and clear.
Live Your Truth Crossdressing
Do we live by what another expects of us?
Or do we just BE?
One is looking outwardly and satisfying what others demand of us. While the opposite, is looking within to our root selves (our crossdressing desire) and lives by that truth.
If we choose truth, then our reality will come to us in its time and place. We know its right for us because something deep within ourselves resonates with it. We just know it is right and we gladly go forward.
For Yourself and For Others
Often, people will give of themselves to the point of sacrificing their own joy. Take this opportunity of introspection to learn and gain greater awareness. Though there are moments of being overwhelmed our life is full of chances to learn.
Take a deep breath and some time for yourself. You and I are in a position to help countless others who are searching. It is an honor being in this position yet very stressful.
First, you need to help yourself. As the saying goes, “you can’t give what you don’t have.”
So, take care of yourself. It's time to answer your own questions, and it's okay to still question. It's normal.
Life is a journey and at times we will get burnout and at other moments we will be a beacon of light to others. You are a very special person.
Male? Female? Don’t know?
You may be amazed at how many "average" people will accept you just the way you are. So, let go of your worries about anyone else and focus on your personal improvement and mental state. In the end, you belong to a wonderful and special club of crossdressing persons just like us—and we're here to support each other.
If you are looking for something to read to help your state of mind, or to help your spouse with her understanding of your desire to dress, I recommend "Living with Crossdressing" by crossdresser Savannah Hauk.It's an incredible read that explores the misconceptions, stereotypes, and ignorance is the truth about non-transitioning, non-fetish, crossdressing men.
If you have other questions or simply want emotional support go to our forum and start a conversation. Your Sisterhood is here to support you.