This is an article about a 50 year old man who have struggled his whole life fighting Transvestic Fetishism. While reading the article, Mr. N goes to explain that this feeling has been with him since the age of 2. Up until the age 9, he would always get his sister clothing and put them on and have stimulations behind it. When he grew to realize that this behavior was inappropriate, he turned to drugs and alcohol for his depression. All of his young adulthood, he used several different types of drugs along with an excessive amount of alcohol a day. Through the storm, he found a way to become clean for about 18 months, and this was with the help of Sobriety. There were several different treatments and therapy done on this man but nothing seems to help with his illness. Even after talking about it in therapy didn’t embarrass him enough to stop, so most new it was gone to take something more deep to get this illness cured of him. Even with all the help of therapy and the medicines, this still wasn’t a cure for his Fetishism. Mr. N statement was, “I actually found it easier to quit taking cocaine and amphetamine than to stop cross dressing”. With a statement like this, it would seem very difficult for Mr. N to overcome this illness, but he found a program were treatment had several aspects of psychoeducation. This program emphasized him that a healthier life is to care for the mind, soul, and body. During this treatment, Mr. N seems to have overcome a lot of obstacles that was causing him a lot of problems in his life. At the end of all the treatment and counseling, Mr. N has participated in, this program has got him to a normal path of life, which has lead him to the point where he may soon return back to work full time. Reading this article can really make some changes in some people lives. Due to the things that this man has encountered his whole life and still remaining, should... [continues]
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