In this last podcast episode of 2020, divorce attorneys Matt Easterling and Craig Robertson continue the conversation with marriage therapists Roane and Eva Hunter about marriage and divorce during the holiday season. Roane and Eva reflect on their personal journey through divorce and the lessons they learned through the reunification of their family. They also explain how rigorous honesty is necessary to protect an individual from the busyness which often surrounds the holiday season. The conversation finally touches on concepts of codependency, leaving the listener with practical tools about simplicity, connection, asking for help and limit setting.Read More
The Robertson and Easterling Podcast with LifeWorks Counseling
The podcast is R+E’s newest tool to help you. You are not just another case to us. Your story and the lens through which you view life is valid.
The cool thing about the podcast is the platform it creates for you to privately engage with the stories of other brave people that not only went before you, but were also willing to talk about it. In addition, this is the opportunity to become free and take control of your life and the transformation you are seeking. In this groundbreaking, Mississippi focused podcast, you will hear deep discussions about marriage, parenting, divorce and post-divorce recovery from former clients, mental health professionals and others who work in and around the legal system or who have special knowledge they are willing to offer.
You will hear informative, refreshing and inspiring real life stories and practical advice from the hosts and their guests. Whether you are seeking to enrich your marriage or begin the next chapter of your journey through divorce, this creative podcast will arm you with the information you need to live healthy and whole.
We are excited to now partner with our friends Roane and Eva Hunter of LifeWorks Counseling for the current season of the show. Lifeworks Counseling are Christian counselors who partner with their clients to find the freedom to live their best life through health and wholeness. They offer their experience, strength, and hope to promote healthy relationships built on intimacy and trust.