Ask Hannah!

I am a size 16 and would love to get to a 12. What did you do? Weights/cardio/both?

I suffer from a lack of courage when it comes to dressing. Tried to tell my wife and she freaked. Now, as we know, it won’t go away and I feel I have to choose between my marriage and my gender fluidity and I love my wife sooo much. I have been closeted my whole life. You seem to be so courageous to me. Do you have any advice? I am in a predicament.

My weight loss was a combination of quitting drinking and cardio. I don’t drink soda or eat fast food, so changing my diet was pretty simple, but quitting drinking (almost four years sober!) was hard. Cardio was the Stairmaster and elliptical machine. These two photos were about five years apart. I was a size 18 an dropped to a 12.

Of course, any change to your diet and/or exercise routine should be discussed with your doctor.

Marriage and crossdressing/identifying as bi-gender/gender fluidity is not easy. Coming out to your spouse will almost always result in shock or a freak-out. That’s normal and expected.

I would really, really, really encourage you to seek out a gender therapist as well as coupl’s counseling. Good luck. 🙂

Love, Hannah

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2 thoughts on “Ask Hannah!

  1. Congratulations on the near four years of sobriety! Of course the weight loss and fitness routine are great, but breaking the bonds and remaining sober is a great accomplishment!

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  2. Loosing weight anytime is a good idea.
    I got off sodas years ago and yes makes a difference.
    For me the tough part is my broad shoulders, I know many girls like us suffer from this but you just deal.
    You look awesome Hannah

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