Sufferers have a diminished capacity to experience pleasure and may withdraw from stressful or challenging activities.
Their emotions are dulled, though they may feel sad or melancholy or be irritable and anger easily.
Some estimates say that 71% of people with gender dysphoria will have some other mental health diagnosis in their lifetime.
The condition has also been called “transsexualism.” But this term is outdated. Now “transgender” is often used to describe someone who feels his or her body and gender do not match.It is a burden they didn't choose, and they need professional and social support.Dysthymia or chronic depression is a common symptom of codependency; however, many codependents aren’t aware that they’re depressed.They may also take medicine or have surgery to change their appearance.Treatments include: With their therapists, people choose the treatment that is right for them based on what they want and what they already look like.