Board certified family law attorneys Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling run one of the most successful boutique law firms in Mississippi. Listen to this groundbreaking wellness podcast for deep discussions about relationships, marital restoration, parenting, divorce and post-divorce recovery. 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, begin the next chapter of your journey through divorce or you just want to hear a great story, this creative podcast will arm you with the information you need to live healthy and whole.
We are now in our 5th season of production of The Robertson and Easterling Podcast, with over 10,000 downloads. 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 continue our partnership with Kelly Engelmann, the founder of Enhanced Wellness Living, Mississippi’s leading Functional Medicine Clinic. Her team’s food-first approach to healing along with a variety of lifestyle and regenerative treatment options sets you on a journey to take control of your health and live life well.
We are also sponsored by our producers, Blue Sky Podcasting. At Blue Sky Podcasting, they realize you want to be a confident and modern communicator. In order to do that, a successful podcast is almost mandatory. The problem is you’re unclear about the process or just too busy to run a podcast by yourself. Blue Sky wants you to be heard. They have helped lead 100’s of brands to success over the last 10 years.
New to the podcast this year is Adam Black. Adam is a mortgage specialist. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” is not just a classic song by The Clash, it is the internal dialogue of our clients, especially in the early stages of the divorce process which entails both the physical structure of the home and the more intangible relational dynamic. Adam is a real estate collaboration specialist with a focus on divorce mortgage management, who can help you break down the challenges of the post-COVID housing market, featuring low inventory, high prices and both inflation and interest rates on the rise. This fast-paced show will highlight the importance of working with a mortgage professional early in the process and familiarize the listener about the current real estate market.
Finally, we are excited to work with Rocks to Rivers. Rocks to Rivers is an adventure based coaching organization that helps you become AWAKE, AWARE and ALIVE.
A Double Dose of the Holy Ghost: Barry's Recovery Story
Barry was a college athlete. After three kids and life began to move faster, he began to medicate uncomfortable moments with alcohol. Casual drinking snowballed into full-blown addiction, and Barry lost his marriage and career. Things got worse post-divorce, and he turned his back on key relationships, finding himself alone on Christmas Day with a half-gallon of vodka as his only companion. Listen to find out how a double dose of the Holy Ghost at Mission at the Cross saved Barry's life.
Date the Rate, Marry the House and Divorce the Rent with Adam Black, Mortgage Specialist
"Should I Stay or Should I Go" is not just a classic song by The Clash, it is the internal dialogue of our clients, especially in the early stages of the divorce process which entails both the physical structure of the home and the more intangible relational dynamic. In this show, Craig and Matt sit down with Adam Black, a real estate collaboration specialist with a focus on divorce mortgage management, to break down the challenges of the post-COVID housing market, featuring low inventory, high prices and both inflation and interest rates on the rise. This fast-paced show will highlight the importance of working with a mortgage professional early in the process and familiarize the listener about the current real estate market.
Brave: Eric and Laura's Adoption Story
Bravery is showing the mental or moral strength to face danger, fear or difficulty –it is the state of being brave. In this episode featuring Eric and Laura’s adoption story, you will hear the couple’s journey from their chance meeting on a church softball field, to their marriage, fertility challenges and then the highs and lows of an adoption journey which is illustrative of the difficulties associated with domestic infant adoption. Their story brings into sharp focus the duality of bravery required by both the couple for stepping into the unknown as well as the birth mother for making the unnatural decision of having another parent in her place.
Rob's Story: Burn
In another life-story-driven episode, Roane and Craig introduce you to Rob Lohman, whose drinking career started in his teens, leading him to dark places in life with the climax being a suicide attempt botched by his dog, Jake. You will grip the steering wheel as you hear about his rap sheet, which includes divorce, gambling addiction, bankruptcies and a prison sentence for arson, before finding wholeness through helping others.
God, Close Friends, and a Therapist with Linda MacDonald
In this fast paced show, Therapist and Infidelity Specialist, Linda MacDonald, discusses the importance of forgiveness when facing intimate betrayal and infidelity. She shares her personal struggle to come to terms with a broken marriage and talks about the necessity for the right type of professional help. Join Craig and Roane as they dive into the different types of relational responses to adultery as well as the path to healing from heartbreak.
Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust, and Don’t Feel with Jason Smith
What does a pastor do when he is not okay? Jason Smith was burned out after covering pain with performance for decades. His coping mechanism was service, describing his relationships with the people he served as codependent. When the limitations of the global pandemic created isolation, he was unable to receive energy and purpose from others, so his unconscious facade fractured, making him feel trapped. Thinking like no area of his life was good, he felt hopeless. Listen to this episode to find out how a dedicated ministry leader and professional helper took steps to get well.
Who knew that family law attorneys could be pro-family? Matt and Craig are for their clients. They want what’s best for you. If that means having you work harder to stay married, they’re for it. If it means fighting for your rights as a parent, they do it. If it means having difficult conversations to expose irrational thought processes, they have them. These guys are interested in the person that walks in the door not the check book in their pocket. I appreciate the time they spent with me. They help me understand my options and how they would potentially affect all parties involved. Thank you R+E
This show is so helpful and good! Great work!