No matter how you define your transition, we want to know how it impacted your mental health.

Transitioning can mean many different things, and it's a unique process for each individual.

Transitioning can mean many different things, and it's a unique process for each individual.

There is no one way to define or experience transitioning, and it isn't necessarily marked by one event, such as a surgery.

Sometimes, the transitioning process may be a social change (changing clothing, pronouns, and names). For others, transitioning may involve medical interventions (hormone therapy, surgery).

And of course for some individuals, the transitioning process may be a combination of these things — it really depends on the individual to decide which changes (if any) to make and when to make them.

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No matter how you do it or what your timeline is, transitioning can have a huge impact on your mental health.

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So we want to know how your mental health changed (or didn't change) as a result of the transitioning process, however you define it.

So we want to know how your mental health changed (or didn't change) as a result of the transitioning process, however you define it.

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