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Great experience

Had a great experience being on your podcast, thank you for having me on!

Great host - A great time.

Richard - Firstly, thank you for your service...and all you do to promote veterans causes and issues. I thoroughly enjoyed being a guest on your program. I had a wonderful time. You have a way of making your guests feel very much at ease. I wish you continued success with your podcast.

Love misfit nation

Misfit nation is the best, wish I could give it 10 stars

Great guy and podcast

He was so kind and I loved being a guest on his show he brings so much compassion to each persons story and I highly recommend y’all go and listen to this podcast kuddos.

Sabrina Osso review of The MisFit Nation Podcast

It was a pleasure to be interviewed by Richard LaMonica on his podcast, The MisFit Nation. Richard made me feel very comfortable throughout the interview. He asked excellent questions that would benefit any audience. We would be happy to return on his podcast anytime in the future.---Sabrina Osso from Osso Safe

Great conversation!

Thanks for an engaging conversation about PTSD! Thoughtful and insightful questions from a host who very clearly cares about troops and mental health. Great show!

Amazing and impactful show!

An amazing set of stories from some amazing guests! Rich is a great host!

MisFit Nation is now one of my pick-me-up podcasts!

Richard Lamonica is an amazing podcast host and one who understands that different people require different types of podcast guests. Misfit Nation is not a one-size-fits-all podcast and it appeals to many different types of people and walks of life. You hear that right away from any episode you listen to. It is nice to see a podcast that has a broad range of topics and guests. Keep up the great work, Rich!

Thank you!

I had an insightful conversation about depression with Richard when he interviewed me for an upcoming episode. Our discussion even touched on some highlights about my work as a public school English teacher. Richard, thanks for making me feel comfortable about sharing my story!