Most crossdressers I’ve met are very anxious people, and many have turned to alcohol and drugs to alleviate this. Now why would that be?
Could it be that for years and years you’ve have to hide your most intimate secret from the whole world?
Could it be all those times you dressed up when you were home alone, figuring out when no one was expected to come in and surprise you?
Making sure all the drapes were closed, the doors locked, and staying away from the windows? Then putting everything away either in your secret place or back in her drawer exactly the way it was?
And if that wasn’t enough to drive you crazy, you may have felt guilty and possibly ashamed of what you did, and that feeling stayed with you for the rest of the day, and started all over again the next time.
Well, that was then and this is now. You don’t have to feel bad about dressing up anymore. You’re not hurting anyone and this gives you a great deal of pleasure and relieves stress (if you can get over the stress it creates).
Life is way too short to spend being afraid and beating yourself up. Be whatever you want to be. Be who you really are!
Dedicated to my good friend Teena.