Charlie came out as trans to his partner of 12 years. What happened next was a wild ride of ups and downs. Spoiler alert; there’s a joyfully queer ending.
Hear it all on this episode of the Queer Joy Podcast; where two relationship therapists explore what it looks like to see joy in queer relationships.
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Melisa: it's definitely something that comes up a lot in non monogamy transitioning relationships and starting something new while something else is evolving, you know, or falling away. And like you said, holding the grief, like holding the grief and then the new relationship energy at the same time.
Keely: Yes, at the same time, like.
Melisa: That's a lot of energy to be holding in lots of different varieties.