Image from Pixabay Today not only I turn 25, but today four years ago I came out to my mum. She is one of the most important humans to me, so I consider this day as my ‘coming out’ day. Also, today I took my fourth shot of enanthate (Testosterone). I’m still on a half … Continue reading 4 Years In Transition!
Image from Google Around 2014, my muscle pain was at its peak. So, the doctor who takes care of my Cerebral Palsy referred me to the pain clinic. The first doctor I had would inject me in my legs and shoulders, and the pain went away for a month. Nevertheless, the pain came back even … Continue reading Baclofen Pump Implant Trial (Story Time)
Image from Pixabay Since both of my parents didn’t grow up with a ton of affection. My dad went on to enter the army. Which has a bit of a robotic environment in my eyes and from the stories I heard. My mum living with nuns and then becoming a nun herself didn’t fare much … Continue reading How Hugging Has Become A Secret?
Image from Pixabay It’s day one of 2021, so I think it is time for me to set some that I will try to somewhat follow. I have to be honest if I have a blog right to post every day, I get anxiety. I think it comes from loving blogging and writing so much … Continue reading 2021 Goals
Image from Pixabay (I understand that this isn’t a happy post, but I wrote this a few weeks ago and got the chance to post it). What makes me a man? The simple answer is something that I feel from within, how my mind thinks a way and my body shows another thing. I spent … Continue reading Blogmas Day 27 What Makes A Man?
Image from Pixabay Being that I have been waiting for this day to come close to three years. I kept it lowkey but after reviewing how my liver is doing and yes, I’m doing better on that front. My endocrinologist gave the go-ahead to start hormones. However, when I went to take my blood before … Continue reading My First Shot
Image from Pixabay Warning if medical stuff bothers you don’t read this post. Everything started in January 2018, I was getting ready to go to bed, and all of a sudden, I get this sharp pain in my ribcage area. My mum thought I was having a heart attack, so she called for an ambulance, … Continue reading The Liver and The Story with Mine Part 1
If everything goes to plan the day this post goes up, I should be sitting at my work desk. The same office that I hadn’t seen since last March when schools closed in Malta. Like everything in life, there are pros and cons to me going back to work. Image from Pixabay Pros of going … Continue reading Going Back To Work…
Ever since I learned my ABC's, I wrote, and I don’t think I can ever stop writing. I write when I’m happy to remember the good moments, I write when I’m sad to help lift myself up again. Since the introvert in me isn’t great at vocalizing my feelings. However, writing is a little bit … Continue reading Cerebral Palsy and Writing
As you guys know, I try to be an open book with you, especially about my transition. Which isn’t something that comes easy for me, being that I’m an introvert and a pretty private person by nature. It’s harder for me to talk about the system because it’s from the same system that I can … Continue reading It’s More Than Just Hormones And Surgeries