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Joining The Support Board
#11
Our system used to send you an email when the mods got round to activating your account. I don't think it does anymore, but I am looking into it.
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#12
(12-Oct-2017, 10:44 PM)admin Wrote: Our Bulletin Board is run for parents and families by parents and families who share the experience of coping with a child, teenager or young adult who believes she or he is transgender. 

Anyone in that situation is welcome to join us. But first:

Some points about confidentiality:

The board was set up as a place for us to discuss our stories, issues and problems in a respectful and non-judgemental space. However, we have no way to verify the identity of members. 

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Therefore, we cannot guarantee that everyone on the board will be there in good faith. It is probably safe to operate under the assumption that the forum is being watched by those who would wish us ill. 

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Hi there! I'm new here and I'm not familiar with discussion boards so forgive me if I post the wrong thing into the wrong thread. I am glad I found this place because our daughter, 16, has identified as trans some months ago and we can't see how she could be a boy. Whatever I read here from others is true for her, too. 
We're in Europe and it was only when I looked on english language websites that I finally found some resources that were not of the prevailing vein (or how can I put this?)

D has had some issues with sensory integration as a small child, body awareness, balance and low muscle tension. My idea is that maybe this is part of the problem now. She just finds it hard to connect with her own body maybe and that might lead here to believe her being in the wrong body?She's not ADS but something similar is true for her. Dyslexia applies to and also some Dyspraxia.

By the way can someone explain where the ADS connection is coming from?

She's always been a very easy going laid back person, very easy to handle for us parents, very eager to please and help others. She was never very strong willed and was easily convinced to do or not do things that we needed het to do. You know, when we needed it, simple things like having to go out or do something like visits or shopping. Other kids would throw tantrums, she was okay after some explaining. From when she was 11 or so this started to change and we thought: Oh, it's about time she felt her own will and expressed it, too. She was starting to get real angry sometimes and raging. And of course now this trans thing turns her into a real rebel...

And also she was always a bit different from other children in her class and ended up a loner. So now she has all these friends outside of school that see themselves as outsiders in society. She's now out and about and hanging out with other teenagers
In that respect we are glad for her to finally have found a peer group.
Only it's all build on this idea of not being a cis girls and not being straight. Apparently in that group there is one straight boy and he's the token cis straight boy.

We hope  obviously that she will see sense in the not too distant future and is accepted as the token cis and possibly even straight girl  Smile

One thing is remarkable, too. When she comes home from trans meetings she's rather bad tempered and keeps at a distance. But when she does something unrelated to trans, she becomes this softened happier person again. E.g. she likes child minding/baby sitting. So she comes home relaxed and quite contented from that little job she has.
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#13
Hi - also new - not able to see the members only bit yet ?
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#14
I just don't know if I'm right in this thread. But I think I can seen everything now. Have you used the access code they sent you after you registered? I think you can use your chosen password and get on the public threads. Only if you use the access code will the moderator eventually activate your account and then you can get to the members threads.
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#15
(27-Jun-2018, 09:38 PM)Dinosaur chicken Wrote: Hi - also new - not able to see the members only bit yet ?

Just approved you, you should be OK now.
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#16
Hello.  I have just registered, but can't see where to do a new post.
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#17
Hello joantbrown, and welcome. Your account has been approved, and you should be able to access the members' forum and start a new post.
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#18
I've joined and validated the email link, but I am only seeing the public board. Can someone push the right button for me? Thanks!
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#19
Hi Nu Ren, your account has been activated. Please post back here if you have trouble accessing the members' forum. Welcome.
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#20
I joined the board and my email was validated, but I still only have access to the public forum. Is there something else I have to do to join?
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