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Take 12 Recovery Radio
Recovery Talk & Positive Music
Category: Self-Help
Location: Albany, OR
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Monty Meyer (the Monty'man) is CEO and Executive Producer of KHLT Recovery Broadcasting and the Take 12 Recovery Radio Shows. ...

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April 17, 2017 10:53 AM PDT

Over an hour of pure recovery music from some of the movers and shakers in the recovery recording artist community. Names like Amanda Broadway, Elizabeth Edwards, Lauren Adams, Dawn Wilder, Conley (Ray) White, Bubba Mac, Joe Fuller and many more. Kick back and enjoy the sounds of recovery music and the artist behind the gift.

April 10, 2017 11:32 AM PDT

"If I were only better at it, if I were only smarter, if I were only stronger in my recovery, my faith, my prayer life, my spirituality". How many times have we told ourselves that if we were only this or that we could be better, do better, live better? But what if our success comes from our failures, from our character defects and yes even through weakness. Just what if?
Closing Song: My Eyes Are Dry by Keith Green

April 03, 2017 12:18 PM PDT

Are you a worry wart? A nervous Nellie? Do you constantly fret about everything and anything from your health to how you are perceived at work to whether or not a terror strike is imminent?
If this sounds like you, then you may be worrying your life away. And what about your recovery? Do you future trip on your sobriety date, if you can make it one more day without drinking or using? This excessive worry doesn't just affect your mental health; it also can wreak havoc on your physical well-being.
Closing Song: Heart To My Head by David Ashley

March 27, 2017 11:42 AM PDT

Unforgiveness just imprisons you in the past, and for all the time that you go back to the past and regurgitate that unforgiving attitude, you will accumulate in your life the tragedy of anger and hostility escalated, built on, accumulated, piled up, which will rob you of the joy of living. You will go through life feeling just as bad as you do now or worse – with no relief in sight. On the other hand, forgiveness opens the door and lets the prisoner out. Forgiveness sets you free from your past. As soon as you forgive it, it’s gone, you’re free. If you insist on remembering the offense and never forgiving it, then you allow the person to go on offending you the rest of your life. And it’s your fault, not theirs.
Closing Song: Forgiveness by John Bartol

March 13, 2017 11:47 AM PDT

Is relapse ever part of recovery? Perhaps this is the wrong question. This week's topic discusses "Relapse Games" Are people playing games with their lives when they dabble with addictive behavior? Is relapse a NO BIG DEAL issue? How many people relapse in their recovery process. Do we cheat people out of the truth by patting them on the butt and telling them it's OK when they relapse? What exactly is relapse anyway? Closing Song: What Faith Can Do by Kutless.

March 06, 2017 11:26 AM PST

How many times have we said "I have the right", or "It's my God given right?" How much time do we spend demanding our rights for this or that? Do we really have any rights at all and if we do what are they? Do we care about the rights of others or only what we want when we want it. Are we so ego driven that we step on the toes of our fellows and they retaliate? How does demanding our rights influence the recovery from addictive illness? Join us for this week's show as we discuss "RIGHT FIGHTING"

February 27, 2017 11:29 AM PST

Some would say that when we fail at something it means we didn't try hard enough or we weren't serious about our efforts. Some even go so far to say that failure is sin and that we were never meant to fail. Others teach that failure is the beginning of success and that it is a necessary part of the journey in recovery and in life. Join us for this informative show on the topic of failure.
Closing song: One Second Chance by Jeff Bates

February 20, 2017 11:30 AM PST

When we are able to be comfortable in our own skin regardless of other people's actions, we have learned the art of Emotional Sobriety. On the other hand, when we are dependent upon other people filling our expectations, that is when we are Emotionally Dependent and unable to stand on our own two feet. An effective recovery can only take place when we learn to be Emotionally Sober. Closing Song "Say Yes to a Better Life" by Kelly Z.

January 30, 2017 11:47 AM PST

Those of us who are allergic to alcohol (alcoholic) simply can not drink without serious consequences to our health, relationships and our spiritual condition, but what about those who can have a beer now and then or who drink with no consequences? Are these people doing anything wrong? Are these folks in any kind of danger? Who are these men and women who sometimes stir jealousy in our hearts because they can drink and we can't?

January 23, 2017 12:18 PM PST

Many people feel that an addict or alcoholic in the thrust of his or her illness is not necessarily responsible for their actions while under the influence of mind altering substances. Some folks would disagree and would like to see people prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law when caught under the influence of illegal substances and still others wish to decriminalize addiction calling it a health crisis not a crime. All this and more on this week's show.
Closing song: "Some 1 Like U" by Kathy Moser www.kathymoser.com

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