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  1. That was actually something he wanted to try after it was demonstrated in one of our cognitive psych classes that we took together. Unfortunately, there is no certified practitioner in our area (at least that I've found). I think at this point we are both willing to drive a hundred miles to get to the nearest big city to begin seeing a specialist in something. We do live in a very healthy mind, healthy body-centered town, and I'm hoping maybe at some point I might stumble across somebody that practices EMDR and some of the other lesser known practices as I do think those may be the right pa
  2. I have many friends in the LGBTQ community, and many friends who have transitioned, who are in the process of transitioning, or who do not want to transition but who choose to dress and act as a woman or man. My husband does not do anything they do, hence why I also feel that he is masking his trauma. He does not dress in women's clothes, he does not have long hair, he has a full beard, he engages in masculine activities, and he does not have a new name picked out if he were to transition. He does not even try on any of my makeup or skincare products. He won't even use my body wash or shampoo
  3. Hello All, I apologize if this is a bit of a read but I feel that this is a complicated situation. My husband and I have been together for about six years, and have been married for about a year and a half. He is 28 years old, disabled Air Force Veteran. I am a 27 year old straight female. My husband was sexually abused and repeatedly raped by one of his uncles from the age of 6 all the way up until 9 years old until his mother (his uncle's sister) finally found out and moved them several states away from the uncle and my husband "locked away" those memories. Years went by and my husband en
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