As a crossdresser, I have overcome several of my fears. My biggest struggle is direct contact with strangers. I have no problem walking among people while dressed, driving, etc. What I do fear is one-on-one interaction. Overcoming crossdressing fear is one of my main goals of this year. This week a sandwich came to my rescue!
I spend time daily reading the online forums on crossdressers.com. In my opinion, I think the participants fall into two categories: those who are confident with their crossdressing, and those who are not. I think most participants are those who are less confident. The site is a terrific resource for building crossdressing confidence, because those who are insecure can learn so much from the advice of those who have become at ease with their crossdressing.
Long before I started writing this blog, I followed a number of others. One of those is by Susan Miller. Over the years, some of her stories have amazed and inspired me. In my opinion, one of the best stories was published Friday, March 9, 2018. I am so excited about the story of Susan Miller’s neighbor that I just had to share it with you, dear readers.
I didn’t know until Tuesday night that Winston Churchill, the leader of the United Kingdom during World War II, and I, a somewhat timid crossdresser, have something in common. That something is overcoming fear.
One of the main reasons why I wanted to start this blog is because I want to grow as a crossdresser. The opportunity to check out restaurants gives me a place to have as a destination in mind for crossdressing in public. This is something I still fear doing, but I am getting more comfortable doing so. The Crossdresser Report is a win-win for my readers and myself. The readers get a valuable resource that helps them along their own journeys, and I am learning to deal with fear as a crossdresser.
An idea I had this week is to document my progress on that journey. I feel this is helpful to other crossdressers. Each of us has our own obstacles and perhaps reading about how I overcome mine, over time, will help others working through similar circumstances. Read More
I admit it. Not only am I an introvert, I also fear how people react to me. Both of these attributes have been my lifelong personality traits. Being a crossdresser with these traits is difficult, but I have a story about how I am progressing forward despite them.