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The Making of In It Together

On today’s show Lori talked about the making of In It Together. She started off sharing about the unusual way the show started out in radio, how she co-hosted and guest hosted the Girard At Large show during her time at WLMW. She then told us about launching In It Together on WLMW and The VoiceAmerica Variety Channel. She shared about the industry leaders she interviewed, and the fast jump from airing one day a week to five days a week.

Next, Lori told us about the past show anchors she had the pleasure of working with, how they met and what they talked about. Then she told us about being able to do interviews at the last presidential election on Radio Row at the Radisson in Manchester. She then highlighted the current anchors and how they are trying to make an  impact. Finally, Lori told us about the new expansion and renovations as they occupy the entire top floor above Jacques flower Shop, and their hopes of launching Good News New England this year, and adding video and written content. Listen in and hear more about it.


Forgiveness, The Clear Path To Recovery

On today’s Recovery Now, Jen joined Lori to talk about the importance of forgiveness in recovery.  They started off talking about the history of the Recovery Now  segments and Dr. Caroline’ Leaf’s Retrain Your Brain: 21 Day Detox series. Then Jen told us how unforgiveness is a major roadblock to recovery.  She also shared a story of trauma, a song of forgiveness from Matthew West, and a scene from the movie The Shack, to illustrate her point.

The conversation continued with an explanation of what forgiveness is and isn’t.  Also, the difference between self-righteousness vs the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus. Then Jen read a story  from “10 Steps to Freedom” by Eddie Smith, to further illustrate what Jesus did so we could grasp that true forgiveness wasn’t justifying the wrongs done to us.

Jen  then told us we have to learn to understand what our spirit’s already know, because God invites us into a place of rest in the Spirit-led life. She added thoughts about how the unconscious mind is our default network, positive or negative, and how we change our brains. Finally, Lori summed it up by saying “Healthy self-reflection is a path to recovery.”