Dr. Dana Live December 6th at 7:30 PM Pacific On Gashouse Radio

Rob and Patty Saul, Hosts of "Night View" on Gashouse RadioWant to get live marriage advice from Dr. Dana? Want to hear Dr. Dana candidly share her relationship tips on the radio? Rob and Patty Saul on the "Night View" show on Gashouse Radio will be interviewing Dr. Dana and accepting live calls. Rob and Patty have been married for four years and have a 3 year old child.

Listen to Dr. Dana LIVE on Gashouse Radio show on:
Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
at 10:00 PM EST/7:00 PM PST

She'll be taking calls on marriage counseling and relationships so call in to the studio line!

1-888-9-GASHOUSE

Tune in to Listen to Dr. Dana on Gashouse Radio

Hope you can tune in tonight...

Best,

Dr. Dana and Amy

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