THRIVEcast – A voice for wellness and recovery

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thrivecastNetwork faithful are encouraged to check out THRIVEcast, yet another inspirational effort spawned by the creative folks at the Family & Youth Roundtable in San Diego, California. THRIVEcast is a grassroots radio show that focuses on sharing inspirational stories of people who are successfully figuring out how to maximize self reliance and create a "life full of inspiration, tranquility, and independence." Hard to argue with that!

Listed below is a description of what they offer. Give it a read and then give them a listen!

From the website description:
THRIVEcast talk radio is focused on addressing the needs and wants of individuals "seeking a life full of inspiration, tranquility, & independence as well as those who want to become self-reliant in the following areas of life:

Numbers don’t lie, 1 out of 5 youth are living in poverty here in the United States which is causing depression, lack of self-worth and determination, suicides, and so much more that together we can help bring awareness and prevent the numbers from getting any worst.

There are far too many people in the world spending their life’s journey trying to find some type of inner peace and personal success in their life. THRIVECAST serves as a VOICE FOR SELF-DETERMINATION!

Visit the THRIVEcast website, become inspired and get involved.

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  1. Andrew's avatar
    Andrew
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    I LOVE THIS SHOW, can't wait for them to open the lines back up for callers to call in but the debut show with Victor called Progress not Perfect was super dope!!

    Thanks for posting this on FB Stewart!! Glad to see your voice is getting heard around the world bro!
  2. Lizzie Jean's avatar
    Lizzie Jean
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    I have been listening to this show since they started on blog talk radio a couple years back, you can tell Stewart Joseph is very passionate about his work as a advocate I like the new show format and new co-host Nathan Aish seems pretty cool I can't wait for them to release the iphone app so I can tune in while at work or on the road..
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