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NEWS FLASH - The Recovery Talk Network has expanded to five nights a week with the addition of Thursday night host Leyla Fatima and her ground-breaking program "Parenting the Addict Child" based on her succesful 2007 newspaper column.
Join her Thursdays from 8-10pm (Pacific) and learn more at www.parentingtheaddictchild.com.
Become her "friend"at www.myspace.com/parentingtheaddictchild
"THERE IS A SOLUTION" Host: Larry W. Mondays – Tuesdays – Fridays 8:00pm - 10:00pm (Pacific time)
Larry W. brings the experience from his 32+ years of sobriety as well as insights and recovery from compulsive overeating with his compassion for all who are involved with the challenges of addiction.
Join Larry as he and his guests share and take your calls - all letting you know that - THERE IS A SOLUTION!
Host: Richard C.
Wednesdays 8:00pm - 10:00pm (Pacific time)
As with many alcoholics, Richard C. has seen the heights and depths of life’s experience. Once a successful banking executive who chose drinking over sobriety until he found a sober way of life 27 years ago, Richard has gone on to develop drug and alcohol programs for schools and help others who desire a new way of life. Join him as he shares his remarkable story and blends the drama and humor of other “Old Timers” who have achieved “double-digit sobriety”.
Host: Nick J.
alternate Wednesdays 8:00pm - 10:00pm (Pacific time)
With recovery in three 12 Step programs, Nick J. is definitely a "triple winner". He shares his story and brings along many guests who are successful in recovery and in the field of business and entertainment. RTN's newest host, he has already interviewed comedian Melanie Reno and actor-TV executive producer John Lehr ("10 Items of Less" on TBS - and GEICO caveman in therapy).
Leyla Fatima is a writer whose columns on addiction, “Parenting From The Foxhole” have been featured in the Orange County Register. Her youngest son is currently in a long-term treatment facility and the eldest is a mandatory participant in a drug court program. Leyla addresses the complex and painful issues that parents face, from the parent’s perspective. Her family’s often grim circumstances along with their triumphs forge the path of her mission in changing public policies and perception on alcoholism and addiction.