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Something Was Wrong and Now Things Are Confusing

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How does one model the “right” behavior for their children when things are personally unbearable? Roane and Roe Hunter share their family story with Jamie Walley and Craig Robertson. As a father struggling with the intense pressures of providing for his family while also juggling porn/sex addiction, Roane found himself in a deep, dark hole he couldn’t escape. This Father/Son duo walk through their journey from depression, anger, attempted suicide and shame to forgiveness and ultimately seeing God’s love.

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