Dr. Robb Kelly is a world-renowned addiction expert and best-selling author, known as The Addiction Doctor. He has over 30 years of experience in the field of addiction and has helped thousands of individuals transform their lives by breaking free from addiction and taking charge of their mental wellbeing.
Bill Shufelt is a seasoned entrepreneur and business leader with a background in finance. He is the CEO of Athletic Brewing Company, a revolutionary brewing company that offers non-alcoholic craft beer for a healthier, more active lifestyle. Despite being rejected by 100 investors, Bill’s determination and vision for Athletic Brewing Company led him to raise $175 million and open breweries on both coasts.
Nikki Sixx is a legendary musician, bestselling author, devoted father, and the founding member and bassist for Mötley Crüe, one of the most successful rock bands in history. Nikki is not only a successful musician but also an advocate for addiction awareness, mental health, and personal growth. Today, he joins Larry to talk about his journey as a father and husband, his sobriety for 22 years, and the advice he would give to the current generation of teens.
Today we have Omar Pinto, host and founder of the wildly popular SHAIR Podcast. SHAIR stands for Sharing Helps Addicts in Recovery. He’s part of our Dad Edge Alliance and he’s also a friend.
“O” shares the heart-wrenching story of the son he had to give up. He also takes us through his insane addiction to cocaine and alcohol, and how he not only survived, but transformed into one of the most well-known voices in recovery today. This is a special episode you will not forget!
Shane Ramer, founder and host of That Sober Guy Podcast, comes on the GDP and shares an extremely raw interview on addiction, substance abuse, recovery, and being a dad with purpose.
The life that Jason Mackenzie had longed for was ripped out from underneath him when the mother of his daughters was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. After years of trying to hide the pain of watching his wife literally fall apart before him, Jason had to face the reality that his dream life was gone. His wife committed suicide and left him to raise their two daughters on his own. To deal with the pain of his wife’s condition, Jason turned to drinking.