In this episode, our host Mark Nejmeh sits down with Jacob Wheeler. Nothing is more difficult than talking about mental illness and other health problems. The greatest people you can ever meet are people that admit their weakness and open up and talk about themselves to help other people. Jacob Wheeler is a great athlete and brother of Zach Wheeler, NY Mets pitcher. A discussion about self-destruction, baseball, basketball, Cannabis and side effects regarding heart conditions, the Cannabis...
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Roz McCarthy sits down with Mark Nejmeh founder of Lovappy to discuss the effects on the family and the minority community as they get deeper involved with the Cannabis industry. #501c3 #family #unwed #youngmen #hero #goodfeelings Hard questions are asked of founder Roz McCarthy regarding her move to make sure the minority community is included #inclusion #diversity. Minorities and Marijuana have long gone...
In this episode, our host Mark discusses the mother of invention... necessity. So why would anyone spend their last days writing 2 gigs worth of code with a unique dating app? Find out and take a listen.
When Jose left his native El Salvador 30 years ago and crossed the border illegally, he felt welcome. He was not one to leave his children behind, but many others did. He blames Ronald Reagan for what happened next in his native El Salvador and the rest of South America. Our host Mark discusses family, immigration, and crime native to all of South America, and why Jose feels like it is Reagan's fault.
In this episode, our host Mark sits with a once-famous musician who's faced tremendous strife. In this conversation filled with music, he talks taking action to make things right and get beyond his wrongs. Though we keep all guests anonymous, this guest has performed nationwide and will be on the music scene for years to come.
In this episode, our host Mark sits down with a musician named Denise, as she discusses music, money and addiction. She also conveys the significance of Lovappy's revenue-generating, original music model for uploading music for money.
In this episode, our host Mark sits down with an aging, 1960s collegiate co-ed as she discusses a look back on her experiences and what she was most interested in life...love.
The guest describes her marital choice in her last year of college and the infidelity shortly into her marriage.
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