The Day I Woke Up as a Girl
Since I was a small kid I remember daydreaming about being a famous soccer player, a firefighter, a soldier, a world famous disk jockey, a super hero or even a ninja. As I grew older, my dreams and thoughts started focusing more on getting married, having my own family and live in a beautiful home. I have never really spent time to think about the possible impact that my life would have if one day, just like magic, I would wake up as a woman, a female version of me. At the beginning that idea sounded crazy but as I started thinking more about the consequences, the society acceptance, the opportunities, the future, it surprised me. First of all and most important would be to find out what caused such a transformation and if it is possible to transform my body to the way it was. What if it was only a dream and there was no need to worry about anything? Assuming that it will not be possible to restore such transformation, I would have to learn to accept my new self, respect my new body, and adjust my thoughts just to mention a few suggestions. If I am going to be permanently trapped in this situation it would be best if I learn how to keep calm at all times and deal with this matter in an intelligent way rather than becoming anxious or obsessed. Obviously there will be several physical changes which I will have to learn how to get used to and visit a specialized doctor to find out more about it. I would need psychological support in order to organize my thoughts and ideas, accept the new reality and avoid doing anything crazy with my new womanly state.
How will I be seen by other people? I have a beautiful wife which I love with all my heart, and knowing her she will be supportive no matter what, but what if things do not work out as we thought? Our intimacy will never be the same and that, along with affection, play a very important role in a strong marriage. The illusion of having kids of our own will vanish and rely...
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