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Alone and ...

I've been going through some rough times lately. I'm still in the closet. I've been depressed, overly sensitive, wanting to cry and downright sad. I'm just wondering if these are emotions that a woman feels when she is still not open about who she is. Could this be a sign that it's time for me to be honest (even if it is just to myself)? Is there a stage in coming out when you feel this bad and need to move ahead? Please let me know.
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Lisa...
Even if you choose not to kick open that closet door shouting "Hey everyone look at me, the big lesbian" you should at least be true and honest to yourself..ALWAYS no matter what!

We have a saying:

"If what you seek you find not within, you shall never find it without..."
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Lisa,
I feel that way sometimes too. I started coming out to myself just a few months ago. And there are days when I just want to cry. It happened more 4 months ago than it does now. I've come to a place of acceptance most of the time. Some days, I'm even excited about it.

But I've had much higher levels of anxiety and find myself having a hard time focusing on work or other things. I'm definitely overly sensitive too.

As for, is this a sign that it's time to be honest...well, it sounds like you already are. You're allowing yourself to feel...you have to feel all your emotions, even the hard ones...that's being honest. Keep talking about your feelings. I know it's the one thing that has helped me.

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