Real Life Radio Show
Do You Hate Your Body Image?

Do You Hate Your Body Image?

July 2, 2019

Keola began to believe ideas about her health that were clearly untrue. Her self image of what she believed she looked like was far from reality. Trying to keep up with the social norm and daily life quickly drained Keola. 

A deep seeded issue that looked physical was actually a deep seeded issue in many other aspects of Keola’s life. Tune in and listen to Keola’s powerful life experience. 

Part 2 - Who Are You? Is It What People Have Labeled You?

Part 2 - Who Are You? Is It What People Have Labeled You?

July 2, 2019

“Is there something you are doing to cover up the pain from your past?”

Cody felt he had “arrived” because he felt he was on top of the world. But when he got there he realized there was a massive void inside his heart. Cody was sent to a Psychiatry Center and in his mind this was a green light to push the envelope a little further. 

A monster diagnosis was labeled over Cody’s life and he describes how he considered agreeing with it. This dramatic label and change in his life could have caused a snowball affect. Find out what this label was and the effects of Cody’s decision.

Part 3 - Who Are You? Is It What People Have Labeled You? 

Part 3 - Who Are You? Is It What People Have Labeled You? 

July 2, 2019

Labels from your past can truly cause an influence in your life that will be a positive or negative effect. A life of no purpose started to occur in Cody’s heart; so he started a life of survival tactics that cost him more than imagined. 

Extreme plans of suicidal attempts, radical health issues and a strong desire to die; but still Cody is alive. Find out what can possibly defeat a path of destruction leading to death. Listen to our guest Cody Bates as he shares his life experiences.

Part 1 - Can Drug Use Cause Paranoia?

Part 1 - Can Drug Use Cause Paranoia?

July 1, 2019

“With the well known risk of Drug use why do people still do them?”

Liberty at the age of 2-3 years old her parents had divorced and shortly after that she was sexually abused. She began to suppress the hurts of her heart from sexual abuse and fell into what society labels as rebellion. At the age of 12 Liberty started stealing cigarettes from her dad, smoking pot, drinking alcohol, and progressed in addiction. The age of 18 Liberty started doing cocaine, at age 20 started doing club drugs at night clubs and shortly after that the fun of using drugs stopped. Liberty started a heavy addiction, and became addicted to crack cocaine that lead to meth, that escalated into snorting meth, smoking meth, then shooting meth everyday all day long.

Weighing 90lbs, becoming homeless, and going from shooting meth all day to cold turkey did some major things to her brain. She became trapped in extreme paranoia and fear with an obsessive thought that somebody was going to attack her. Hear Liberty’s story and the miracle hope it brings from a life of downward spiral to a life of peace and clarity.