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Caitlyn Jenner Talks Panic Attacks, Dating & Playing Golf (With Boobs)

Caitlyn Jenner

In the second half of her Today interview with Matt Lauer, Jenner opens up about her personal life.

Today aired the second part of host Matt Lauer's interview with Caitlyn Jenner.

In the first half, Caitlyn talked about her experiences transitioning, receiving the ESPY, and this year's most scandalous Halloween costume.

In Part Two, Jenner, she talks about her post surgery panic attack.

"I had a hard time waking up," she said. "I had a massive panic attack, and I'd never had anything like that in my life. ... In my head, when I shut my eyes, it was just like, 'Oh my god, what did you just do?' Because that surgery kind of was past the point of no return."

That being said, Jenner seems happy with the work--her words--she's had done. Hell it's made her a better golfer.

"The question has been, playing with boobs," said the consummate golfer. "As far as the full swing, I really haven't noticed any difference, but where they are an advantage, is putting."

Jenner told Lauer that she was extremely pleased that she could now connect women as a woman.

"I started way back a year and half ago having girls' nights," said Jenner. "I could never have that. My whole life, whenever there was a girls' night, and I certainly had a lot of girls around, I was not included. Devastating. When I was living out in Malibu and kind of free I started having girls' nights."

As for dating, it seems that she's still figuring that one out.

I come from a different spot. All the girls in the show, they want a family, find love, all that kind of stuff. For me, I've already had all of that."

"I want a lot of great friends that I can share my life with, and that's important to me," she explained. "That love and compassion ... I have no idea what that could be in the future, but I'm kind of open to anything."

Lauer then enquired if she was more attracted to men or women post transition. Jenner told Lauer, "Honestly, I just don't even know that. I don't even want to go there. Right now, I'm just happy living myself. I have no idea what the future holds. I'll cross that bridge when I come to it. I just want to enjoy myself right now."

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