Episode 049: For Better or For Worse Part 2 of 2

By Help Person|January 9, 2018|Show notes, Uncategorized|

Episode 049: For Better or For Worse Part 2 of 2 with Larry and Christina Johnson. Leanne and The Boyfriend return for Part 2 of 2 with Larry and Christina Johnson. We return to find out what Christina did next. “I I flip the switch and went smooth off on him.”  Christina had Larry come shop for lingerie with her. Lingerie that she was going to wear with another man. Christina admits that if Larry would have just showed he cared – that he was jealous, she would’ve stopped. But he didn’t. She proceded. It wasn’t until the night Christina slept with someone else that Larry decided to make some changes. Christina didn’t expect that. She thought they were 100% done and that’s why she moved on. But they weren’t done. Larry did a 180. He went back to church, he apologized for everything he’d done. He even redid that marriage proposal — he redid with a ring and on his knees at a restaurant. Larry wanted to go back to counseling so they did. Every step of the way they learned something new and got closer to God. Larry and Christina realized that they had messed up so bad, to the point where they

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Episode 006: Help! Marital Counseling & Art Therapy

By Help Person|March 14, 2017|Show notes, Uncategorized|

Episode 006: Help! Marital Counseling & Art Therapy with special guest Erika Curtis Have you considered marital counseling/therapy before, during, or after your divorce? Erica Curtis, board certified art therapist & licensed marriage & family therapist shares the many options available to you. Full Transcript: Leanne: 00:00:07 Welcome to episode six. We are back for episode six. More than five, less than seven. I am your host Leanne Linsky. And I’m the boyfriend. You are. So, uh, our topic today. What is our topic today? Our topic today is I’m gonna, I’m gonna. I’m gonna. What is our topic today? Our topic today is counseling therapy, that kind of stuff. That’s exactly what it is. Marital counseling, counseling slash therapy. And I’m slashing that. No, only reason I am is because in my mind I think of because that’s what I want to do and I’m embarrassed because I think in some cases not everybody goes to marital counseling at the time it’s happening and maybe they need therapy later or maybe they’re in therapy. And this is where some other revelations come about. I don’t know, I’m putting it all in one lump thing, but it’s probably best to call it marital accounts. The

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