Category Archives: Mental health

Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria

I’m annoyed at this term. Annoyed enough that I have to restart this blog. I heard for the first time about a week ago.  Apparently, defying the realities of human development, people are supposed to be the same at 13 … Continue reading

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Information online about regret, detransition, retransition, etc.

We don’t have good information about detransition, retransition and regret. People are pointing to old studies. Once again this population is a small group within a small group so no good data and there is likely a reluctance on the … Continue reading

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Take the time you deserve-ramblings

Here in California, the DMHC said insurance companies must provide transition related care. This is an important step. And with it, it brings challenges. Increasing numbers of people will surgically transition and with those increasing numbers will come increasing numbers … Continue reading

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A list of reasons for people who report regrets in studies and what therapists think

What research participants said: The person was not transsexual, they were misdiagnosed, the real issue was not addressed, the person felt they needed to accept their body, had to accept social role/expressions. They lost people in their lives, lost partners, … Continue reading

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