Step 4 - Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves on The Road to Recovery.
This is a show to help everyone and anyone that feels as though they have an addiction of sorts.
Your Host’s: Dan Czuba and Deni Weigel Eads are looking forward to discussing the issues that affect anyone.
It’s not an easy walk to handle, but that is why this show was formed. It’s there to assist you, and to become an aid of some kind, to let you know that YOU aren’t out there in the world alone.
There are so many avenues out there to explore that many of us are unfamiliar with. This show is there to help you and to support you on your way to a successful recovery and to ensure that you are able to stay focused.
God Bless you for listening and we do hope you will join our discussion each and every Sunday from 7 PM – 9 PM.
There is someone that cares for you. I hope you will join us and be encouraged as we hope to reach millions to minister and to support you on The Road to Recovery.
With in-depth topics and discussions, listeners are encouraged to Call-In, Email & Ask Questions or share personal experiences, as we all work together to “Make It a Better Day” for everyone!!Please join our discussion every week, call 323-580-5755 and also write to us at email@example.com, so we may be able to successfully assist you in any way that we can.
Daniel M. Czuba has lived a FULL life. Some would say, fuller than most, yet perhaps not as much as some…regardless – you may find Dan’s Life’s journey somewhat fascinating/entertaining, while unbelievably relatable.
Having come from a family of 13 siblings (15 counting parents), Dan’s Down to Earth delivery will help anyone understand the difficulties and challenges of personal addictions and how to grow beyond their death grips.
Having found sobriety from alcohol in 1995, Dan’s life journey has taken him – well let’s say – to some incredibly exciting, challenging and rewarding places.
Deni Weigel Eads is an Encourager. I do my best to make sure that I help others. I am YOUR biggest cheerleader.
I spent a great deal of time as a Talk show host, Radio Announcer and a Columnist for a local newspaper.
My biggest project that I hope to embark on is to become a standup comedian.
A mother of three sons; married for 33 years leaves me a lot of experience in dealing with all sorts of adversity and situations.
My motto in life is very basic and simple, “NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR.”