In case some of you don't know, but I'm planning to go to New York soon, to speak with a doctor, who might be starting me on hormone therapy. Anyway, I made a mistake in my choice of decission, by inviting Diane to come along with me on my doctor's appointment into New York. Diane and I had been friends from the moment that I had started transitioning, and over the few years, her friendship with me has changed, to the point that I decided to finally her go. Diane, recently started leaving harassing phone calls onto my answer machine, but she never once asked if I was feeling okay, but rather she bad mouth me about going to New York. From her attitude on the answer machine message, I could sense that she has become obsessive with me being around her, and now the true colors (so to speak) about my friendship toward her, are beinging to show. I knew that I've made the right decission, by not allowing Diane to go to New York wirh me, cause she hasn't been supportive in my transition, and if she did go with me, she would had done most of the talking to the staff, and gossip to her friends about my appointment, when we came back home. I had to change my telephone number, to keep her from harrasing me, and now I have to tell my important phone contacts, about my new phone number.
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