Our expert says:
Yes, though Venlor helps some folks well with depression, it has the possibility which some of the older antidepressants had, of interfering with one's freedom to wee. I understand the important issue about a well-paying job providing some needed security for you all.
Cross-dressing and similar gender issues are curious, and indeed the individual often doesn't quite see what the fuss is about. They lie and hide it because they know OTHER people, especially their wife, will find it upsetting. It occurs mainly in otherwise normal heterosexual men, who have no other oddities. Their wives often have a problem feeling that it's somehow their fault, or somehow indicates a lack in their sexual charms, when actually it's no such thing. These guys fully appreciate their wives. There may even be an odd element of tribute in their feeling comfortable in a feminine role.
The anger episodes have probably done the most harm, with you walling yourself up emotionally to try to protect yourself from further emotional hurt. A problem is that one may also be walling oneself up in such a way as to keep out the love and affection one needs, too. Perhaps discovering the gender stuff, and the perhaps unrelated aggression, so shocked you ( finding out he wasn't exactly who you thought he was ) that you have stifled affection in this way to try to protect yourself, even if it partly might "protect" you agains something you also need
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