I felt similar to how you felt. At the beginning of the podcast I was also confused on who was who. I remember there being two Sues and two Bobs as well. I also thought that when the women first thought that the baby she had was switched, why did she not say anything? That confused me as well. I think a mother’s instinct would rive her to get her biological child and I don’t understand. I completely understand why Sue and Marti did not want to accept that they were switched at birth. That is a scary thing knowing that the family you have been growing up with is a lie. When Bob and his biological sister, Marti, started to connect I felt sorry for Sue. She felt a disconnect with her brother and started to feel like an outsider. I also agree that I did like that it felt like a conversations and not just a script.
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