Get a Life w/ Loretta LaRoche

The Show

Join the dynamic duo, hosts Loretta LaRoche and Sue Burton for an unfiltered dose of reality as they help listeners navigate the many absurd media messages that have made life feel like a stress rehearsal. The candid conversation airs Wednesday nights at 6:15 right here on 95.9 WATD.


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Meet Loretta

This acclaimed speaker, author and international stress management and humor consultant has evoked wit and irreverent humor on her audience for over 30 years. Using humor to reframe a stressful situation, Loretta captures a new perspective on the difficult parts of life. Her teaching style, credibility and incontestable humor are integral parts to her compelling presence. Loretta writes a weekly newspaper column titled, ‘Get a Life’ and is featured as a stress management expert on, a community wellness website. She is a well-recognized TV personality on PBS with seven one-woman television specials airing on 80 PBS stations across the country and a bestselling author of 8 books. She has been nominated for local and prime time Emmy Awards, and has appeared on CNN, ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates.

Topics of Stress, Life balance, Health, Aging, Love and Laughter will be discussed weekly with special expert guests; listeners will also have a chance to call-in with questions or topics and receive real-time advice and techniques they can use to cope, gain perspective, and thrive. The Lighten Up network will simulcast the show Wednesdays at 6:15pm via WATD 95.9 and online streaming.

To participate in the show, call-in at 508-746-3998 or Tweet your questions to @LorettaLaRoche on Twitter!

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