7 p.m. June 30, 2022
Lisa Flynn was always brilliant. She completed a doctorate in quantum physics from the University of Washington in St. Louis and postdocs at the University of Manchester and the Liquid Crystal Institute of Kent State University. She worked a series of tech jobs in Silicon Valley, finally retiring from Apple in 2021. During this time, she was married for 30+ years and had two sons.
In one regard, however, she was a late bloomer. In 2021m her life changed radically when she came out as transgender at age 62. Although she was assigned male at birth, she always knew something was wrong. However, at an early age she found that living in denial was safer than living her truth. Not that it was easy. Hiding one’s truth leads to a great deal of pain. Through all of life’s challenges and accomplishments, the deep dark secret of her true gender was hidden away, even from herself. She could feel her joy draining away – she just didn’t know why.
What does it do to a person’s mental health when their authentic self is hidden in the basement of their mind? Join us for this bold and transparent conversation about discovering the true self, hatching, and starting over. This event is free and open to the public. Find us on Facebook Live or register to participate on Zoom: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ry-Ox5JVTKqITT8Unp_YiQ