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 Last week in Tennessee a tragedy happened when Michael Cummins, was accused of killing seven people. It is reported Cummins terrorized the neighborhood and did not show up for his mental health appointments. His probation officer signed an order to revoke his bond and law enforcement was days away from sending him back to jail. Clearly, anyone who attempts...
This week's show on May 7th: The Power of Choice with guest Roxanna Tucker: Recovery Advocate, Poet & Author & John Coleman: Spiritual Life Coach & A messenger of Hope!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WufX2dnR1FE&t=1109s 2nd show Debut! Featuring Mary Duncan from the Milan Prevention Coalition, Lieutenant Nick Glenn, Detective with Milan PD, and our lovely sponsor Amy Carroll from Amy Carroll Training which we thank dearly for supporting our mission for the Recovery Radio show! THIS WEEKS TOPIC: Creating...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7ejer2rUIk&t=304s First Show! Daphne D Wallis host discusses the mission and introduces Recovery Radio! Showing support to have Resilient Radio for his community Mayor BW Beasley of Milan, TN, is one of our first guests along Lizzy Mulcahy Music! Check out some of Lizzy's...
Working in mental health is very interesting. On a day-to-day basis, one is exposed to an endless slew of possibilities, personalities, and situations. Stories heard in a group and individual sessions are ones that will probably never be heard elsewhere. Many are odd, sad, and surprising. As a mental health professional, people may look differently...
Take a moment now to reflect on your life and childhood. Perhaps it was pleasant for the most part. Maybe you were lucky enough to grow up in a loving home with caring parents or guardians as you developed into an adult. Perhaps you took a vacation to the beach or mountains once or...
Bobbi is a grieving mom, published author of two books about losing her teenage son to depression, a guest speaker, and advocate for suicide awareness and prevention. On Friday, February 24th, the our former community in N. Texas, was once again impacted by mental health. This time, an 8th grader. When are we going to say, “this is one too...
Some might hear the harsh talk all too much labeling people in or even out of recovery as addicts, dope heads, junkies, tweakers. There is so much negative stigma and even harder to swallow if it is someone you love. It is sort of like a catch 22 keeping...

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