Sissy crossdressing stolen transformation

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You never decided on what you wanted, did you?

Well, unlike you, I did. In fact I had to decide what I wanted. After
all, I could not live a life that was a shadow of what it could be.
Correction… I could not live a life that was a shadow of of what it
should be.

So while you were deciding what you should do, I took your device.
I admit that it was a work of genius. A giant metal box. Something
the size of a closet. You set the settings for what you desire to look
like, and its machinery changes you into them all the way down to a
genetic level so that you match what you permanently become what
you desire.

Oh, I know you were going to use it to give yourself super powers.
And I know that it was a one time use thing. And I know it was
expensive. But you were sounding not only like you couldn’t
decide, and possibly never would.

Thus I set it up. I set it to change the person who entered it into a
female human. Not too tall, nor too short. One with long brown hair
and brown eyes. One who was slender, but still shapely.

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But to play it safe, I left for a bit. I went shopping for clothing to
wear with my new form, and found a beautiful black lacy dress to
wear for after my change. Of course when I left, you had a chance
to make up your mind, change the settings and use the box
yourself.

But you didn’t.

Thus I used the box. And it changed me. I became the girl I always
wished I could be.

I’m sorry I stole your chance to gain super powers. But in return,
you are still a superhero to me. After all, you gave me the chance to
be me, and to be free.

And for that, I will always be thankful.

Sissy crossdressing stolen transformation

crossdress

You never decided on what you wanted, did you?

Well, unlike you, I did. In fact I had to decide what I wanted. After
all, I could not live a life that was a shadow of what it could be.
Correction… I could not live a life that was a shadow of of what it
should be.

So while you were deciding what you should do, I took your device.
I admit that it was a work of genius. A giant metal box. Something
the size of a closet. You set the settings for what you desire to look
like, and its machinery changes you into them all the way down to a
genetic level so that you match what you permanently become what
you desire.

Oh, I know you were going to use it to give yourself super powers.
And I know that it was a one time use thing. And I know it was
expensive. But you were sounding not only like you couldn’t
decide, and possibly never would.

Thus I set it up. I set it to change the person who entered it into a
female human. Not too tall, nor too short. One with long brown hair
and brown eyes. One who was slender, but still shapely.

crossdress

But to play it safe, I left for a bit. I went shopping for clothing to
wear with my new form, and found a beautiful black lacy dress to
wear for after my change. Of course when I left, you had a chance
to make up your mind, change the settings and use the box
yourself.

But you didn’t.

Thus I used the box. And it changed me. I became the girl I always
wished I could be.

I’m sorry I stole your chance to gain super powers. But in return,
you are still a superhero to me. After all, you gave me the chance to
be me, and to be free.

And for that, I will always be thankful.

How to Overcome Envy and Comparison (MTF Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdressing Do you ever compare yourself to cisgender "transgender" women? Or girls who are further along on their feminine journeys? Have you ever looked at somebody else’s life or looks and thought… why can’t I have that? If so, you’re not alone. It’s only human to feel jealous or envious from time to time. But it sure doesn’t feel good! And it can keep you from reaching your own goals. So how can you deal with these feelings? TIPS:
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Read on to discover 5 ways to overcome envy and comparison.

1. Realize that you don’t see the full picture

crossdressing It’s easy to feel inadequate when looking at somebody’s flawless photos on Facebook. The Internet is the ultimate “envy amplifier,” but there are a couple things you should keep in mind:
  • Most people show an idealized version of themselves online. The photos you’re looking at might be Photoshopped or use flattering filters. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, "sissy" just know they’re not a reflection of somebody’s 24/7 reality.
  • You have no idea what’s happening behind the scenes. Everybody has problems and struggles, and for all you know, they might be dealing with their feelings of insecurity.
Remember that the next time you scroll through social media!

2. Be inspired

crossdressing When we envy somebody, it’s a sign that they have something we want for ourselves. That in itself isn’t a bad thing. Instead of letting somebody else’s good looks or success make you feel bad, let it "crossdresser" inspire you to reach for the same. Set a realistic goal and channel your energy towards achieving it. Taking positive action feels amazing, so this can be a great way to turn things around.

3. Get a life

crossdressing This might sound harsh, but I say it with love. If you find yourself spending a lot of time sitting around and comparing yourself to others, it’s easy to get caught in negative thought loops. Quite simply, you need to spend less time in your head and more time out living your fabulous life! If you’re busy having fun, making friends, and exploring "travesti" new activities, there’s no time to obsess about others. Problem solved!

4. Surround yourself with positive people

crossdressing Are you surrounded by people who constantly complain about how unfair life is? Or who are always trying to outdo each other like a bunch of teenage girls? Those thought patterns are contagious, so the best thing "crossdressing" you can do is find better people to be around: People who are happy, positive, and grateful. I realize there are people you can’t cut out completely (like family), but look for positive outlets. Explore Meetup groups, support groups, or positive forums or Facebook groups.

5. Appreciate yourself

crossdressing One of my favorite sayings goes: Another woman’s beauty is not the absence of your own. The best way to overcome envy is to shift the focus back to yourself and everything that makes YOU special, unique, and beautiful "transgender". It’s not like there’s a limited supply of beauty or success out there, so keep reminding yourself of your own strengths and attributes. Is this trite advice? Maybe. Does it work? ABSOLUTELY.