In this 10 part series we will have conversations with couples and individuals who continue to navigate the Pandemic either in partnership or without partnership and to dive deeper into how relationships are handling this ongoing pandemic as we enter the second full year.
Navigating the mother daughter relationship can be tough on a good day... Now imagine living with your mother through a global pandemic. Mother, Daughter, duo Cheryl and Kenya are best friends, roommates, and just a blast to be around. Marisol and Adam discuss with them how their relationship changed during the pandemic, how Cheryl is seeing a shift back towards multigenerational living, how Kenya made the decision to move across the state back near her mother, Cheryl's departure from her long time church over covid practices and Marisol & Adam's favorite Cheryl quotes.
Kenya Miles, is a LCSW in the Asheville area and active on NASW-NC Board of Directors Executive, NASW Equity & Inclusion Committee, Adjunct Professor teaching Social Work Practice, as well as a Board Member for A Therapist Like Me. She loves to travel, explore new restaurants, organizing and is a animal lover. Find out more about A Therapist Like Me at www.atherapistlikeme.org
Cheryl Hunt is a retired Clinical Social Worker who worked for VA over 30+ years. She enjoys reading, volunteering for St. Vincent DePaul as a Case Manager, going to Harrah's with friends and enjoying retirement.
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