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It will always be a challenge when you are a 47 xxy male. Depression sets in When you first discover you have this disorder. There is no way you can handle it by yourself. If therapy is needed try it. I went through depression but I never went to therapy. I had the common sense to take a psychology course in college which helped me deal with my depression. But sometimes, it hits me like a ton of bricks. But knowing it that I cannot change my chromosome pattern, so I have to deal with it. Sometimes prayer helps but watch a movie. Just think about a boy who is different, a strange boy. Who has no family and sleeps under the stairs. He has no friends and no family. How does he cope. I think about that boy and wonder ,am I like him. I am different.
I met some xxy's and they think of themselves as x-men, mutants, of course. In a fun way. That is how they deal with having xxy. Some of them had xyy. They were in their 20's, but my other xyy, so they no longer felt they were the only ones in the universe. Just think if you were unaware that there were no other xxy's near you or in this world. That is what I thought, until I put an ad in some magazines, and
discovered I wasn't the only xxy gay male in the US. There are organizations, in the UK, in the US and in NZ. They are online. They are there to help. Contact them. Maybe you won't be depressed, if you know you are not alone in the world being an xxy male.
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