Seahorse – Honest, Respectful, Difficult Discussions, and our Journey Experience

Tonight Greer speaks with two guests, Lyndall and Rob Slaney, for a perspective of a wife with a trans hubby.

In a frank interview, Lyndall and Rob discuss how Rob’s journey affected them as a couple, individually, their immediate families, the ongoing challenges as goal posts moved, where they are now, their current future, and their shared intent – when the time is right – to better the experience of others should they find themselves in similar circumstance.

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