Meet Alvera Gaddis
Today we are Empowering you to be the best you that you can be by bringing you inspiring and upifting music and interviewing guest who have stories that hopefully will encourage you and or inspire you to  be the best you that you can possibly be. 
Ms. Vera Gaddis was born and raised in Chicago.  "I have 7 kids. I had my first child at 14. My addiction started at 11 wit the alchol n weed. N when i turned 21 my kids father turned me on to herion.  And i loved it. I had to have it everyday. Then by 22 I was turned out on laced weed and cigarettes. So I  had 3 addictions that I had to keep maintaining.  In 1994 child protective services stepped in and took my kids 'cause my addiction was too much. I picked drugs over my own kids. I still didnt stop using. Then I was in a abusive relationship and that didnt make thing no better. I got worse. I started going back and forth to jail. I stop caring about life. I was trying to OD a few times but didnt succeed. My kids got adopted and i couldnt see them no more. " 
Tune in to the show to hear our interview and find out how this lady was able to turn her life around.  

Ms. Vera Gaddis Today - celebrated 11 yrs of being clean on July 21, 2012
DeeWorks Live! launched a new show format on her Sunday Show on EliteRadio 97.5FM entitled Empowerment Sunday.  The show will feature uplifting and inspiring music,  stories and interviews from real people who have nothing to sell, but stories to share of how they have overcome or are overcoming adversities.  The first show featured a guest from Dee Spencer's social networking site Klip. 
 Lyndsie Denise aka Babydoll555 is from Southern California and is always positive and inspiring in the words and love that she shares with others.  She shared a story on Klip of overcoming rejection after joining a church and wanting to become a member of the praise team.  On the show she closed out her interview with a very powerful and heartfelt prayer that certainly has left us feeling uplifted and inspired.  Please check out our interview with Lyndsie Denise.