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Let's Talk helping loved ones through addiction

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Let's Talk NM 8/18 8a: Social stigma and taboos around addiction and alcoholism have fostered an abundance of misinformation For those with loved ones suffering from these diseases, that makes it even tougher to navigate the situation.

This week on Let’s talk New Mexico, we’re discussing strategies and solutions for the friends and family of people suffering from addiction, And we want to hear from you! Do you have someone close to you struggling How do you balance helping versus enabling? Email us at letstalk@kunm.org, or call in live Thursday morning at 8 on KUNM at (505) 277-5866. You can also tweet to us at #LetsTalkNM.



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Daniel Montaño, a part-time reporter, and occasional host of Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Let's Talk New Mexico since 2021, is a born and bred Burqueño who first started with KUNM about two decades ago, as a production assistant while he was in high school. During the intervening years, he studied journalism at UNM, lived abroad, fell in and out of love, conquered here and there, failed here and there, and developed a taste for advocating for human rights.
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