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Confession Radio David Alan

    • Mental Health

This unique show engages the audience with a variety of topics that range from light and humorous to deep and reflective every Monday Wednesday & Friday!

Listen to the show that people are talking about.

Confession Radio is not about self-improvement it's about self-acceptance!

#ConfessionRadio
Twitter: @ConfessionRadio
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    • 35 sec
    Like The Old Days Feat @MellaNation

    Like The Old Days Feat @MellaNation

    My friends and family constantly ask me when I plan to get a new phone. I have a slide phone. I used to have a flip phone, which also drew the same questions. I am not a phone person. I have a land line at home with answering/messaging in place.

    I am sick of the questions about my phone. I don't want a smartphone. I have my little phone for emergencies, not so everyone I know can reach me immediately. I wouldn't dream of asking people when they are going to get a better TV, newer shoes, a more expensive car, a bigger house, a more expensive handbag. Why is it that people feel the need to shame me about my phone?

    It is to the point now that I may turn it off and turn it on only when I want to use it. It is becoming difficult for me to remain civil about this subject. I envision myself throwing it in the trash can next time someone asks. -- LIKE THE OLD DAYS

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    • 7 min
    Hopeless In Georgia Feat @MellaNation

    Hopeless In Georgia Feat @MellaNation

    I'm the youngest of five, and all of us are successful in our own ways -- except for our middle youngest sibling. She dropped out of college, had a bad breakup with a married man and has given up all hope and efforts to live a normal life.

    She's 34, refuses to work and still lives with our parents. She trashed the vehicle our father bought and paid for, and walks around the house talking to herself, which I believe is for attention because I have had serious conversations with her. I've tried several times to be a sympathetic ear and encouraged her to find a job, but it's not working.

    What can we do to help her get a job and move? She's a burden on our family, and it's depressing to have her present for family events she doesn't dress for or make an effort to receive other family members. If this continues, I'm scared of what may happen after our parents pass. What can be done for an adult who refuses to grow up and move on? -- HOPELESS IN GEORGIA

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    • 7 min
    Dissed in Ohio Feat @paulcramactor

    Dissed in Ohio Feat @paulcramactor

    I'm in a touchy situation, and I'm not sure what to do. My daughter's getting married soon, and her matron of honor, "Teresa," has caused this. We have known her since she was young. We have taken her many places with us, helped with her bridal shower and with preparations for her wedding.

    Teresa had a baby two months ago and brought her to my daughter's bridal shower. When my mom asked to hold the infant, Teresa refused! Now Mom is very upset. This is the same person Teresa used to call "Grandma."

    I'm upset about it, too, but Teresa doesn't seem to care. She's afraid of her baby getting "germs." We are not dirty people. It almost feels like since we aren't of use to her anymore, we don't matter. How do we react at the wedding? -- DISSED IN OHIO



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    • 5 min
    A Conversation with @iDrewby from House Of Mario/A Drew Story

    A Conversation with @iDrewby from House Of Mario/A Drew Story

    Listen to my Conversation with a fellow podcaster who's shows are House of Mario & A Drew Story!

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    In The Picture, Too Feat @paulcramactor

    In The Picture, Too Feat @paulcramactor

    I'm engaged to be married to a wonderful woman who has a 6-year-old daughter with her ex-husband. They share joint custody.

    His controlling nature was a major factor in her decision to end their marriage. Even now, after being divorced more than two years, he tries to control her life. One way is by insisting on pictures of the three of them at every function where they are all present. First day of school, graduations, etc., he has to have pictures taken of him along with my fiancee and their daughter as if they are still one big, happy family.

    He's now engaged to someone as well. I can only assume his fiancee must find these "not a family" pictures as strange as my fiancee and I do. The reason we haven't shut him down when he insists on these pictures is that we think maybe it is a nice thing for her daughter to have pictures of herself with her mom and dad. But we dread every event because we know he is going to expect this. Will it do the daughter any harm to stop him the next time he starts insisting on this increasingly awkward situation? -- IN THE PICTURE, TOO

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    • 4 min

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