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Helene Antel, Lawyer and Peacemaker – P.4

If you have been following along for the last three weeks, you are familiar with Helene Antel’s story. If you haven’t been following along, you should start now. Her story is incredible. A former criminal prosecutor district attorney, a ferocious advocate for her clients, and a victim of domestic violence. Listen to Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here.

This week Helene talks about what she learned from her life experiences and how they changed her attitude about the practice of law. She discovered that being kind, patient, thoughtful, and charming, made her a better, more effective lawyer. In her words:

“The long drawn out expensive divorce litigation is the perpetration of the anger, the fight. It’s that neither party is willing to move on; the fighting is just a way to maintain a connection. If you declare peace, then the relationship is really over. Without knowing it, many people are not ready to truly separate themselves from their partner so they connect through a long drawn out battle. But you can choose not to fight anymore. You can choose to learn how to mediate your conflicts or manage your conflicts and keep the family together.”

Listen now to the fourth and final interview with Helene Antel, lawyer and peacemaker.

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Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist Randy Morrow Speaks With Ron and Robert

In their best podcast yet, Ron and Robert speak with Randy Morrow, a veteran Realtor in the highly specialized field of Divorce Real Estate. Randy is trained in the legal and tax aspects of the divorce process as it relates to real estate. He specializes in research of obscure divorce-related legal rulings and regulations, and their implications for divorce and taxes.

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Overcoming Overwhelms

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Overwhelm happens when we start worrying about the future, or obsessing over the past. Overwhelm happens when we disregard our inner feedback and ignore our intuition. What is it that’s overwhelming?  It’s usually our thoughts, it’s usually the unmet expectations. When we’re in overwhelm, we tend to constrict ourselves. Our breathing becomes shallow, we lose connection with the earth. Something as simple as walking barefoot through the grass can reestablish who you are as a person. — Dr. Lin Morel

Last week Dr. Morel talked about using our breath as a tool to find inner strength.  In the fifth installment of Ron and Robert’s interview with Dr. Lin Morel, she talks about overcoming overwhelms, learning to forgive ourselves so we can forgive others, how communication begins with self-communication, and much more.

Click the play button below to listen to this wonderful, insightful interview.

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