Congresswoman And Son Tackle Addiction And Recovery In Memoir | Morning Joe | MSNBC 1

Congresswoman And Son Tackle Addiction And Recovery In Memoir | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

Rep. Madeleine Dean, D-Pa., and her son Harry Cunnane join Morning Joe to discuss Cunnane's struggle with opioid addiction and recovery, which they tackle in the new book 'Under Our Roof'. Aired on 02/22/2021.
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Congresswoman And Son Tackle Addiction And Recovery In Memoir | Morning Joe | MSNBC

35 comments

  1. so glad to see someone in such a visible position open up about something so private. so proud! congratulations harry and congresswoman dean. thank you for your honesty and bravery

    1. @Paul Drusbasky – as if a cartel cares if the border is open or closed. The global supply of illegal substances has been very resilient during this pandemic, when loads of international borders are supposedly closed or only open to a few people in a highly, tightly regulated manner. Drug suppliers don’t care about borders – even closed ones.

    1. @Pam McCumbers Most things in life don’t just “happen”. This wasn’t a natural disaster or something inflicted on him by outside forces. It was his choice.

  2. I’m very happy for your family. I’m going through the same thing with my daughter now. Unfortunately treatment is very expensive. She’s getting tossed from place to place. It seems like it’s one step forward and two steps back. It’s a constant struggle. Stay strong Harry.

  3. Good people. What a difference from Trump days where it was all about nasty people. Thankful to these 2 people for stepping up to help others. Thank you.

    1. @mike briganti of course it’s you..DT is a Loser and he legitimately lost. Millions and millions are relieved he’s gone and muted.

  4. Got to love the dems they can handle diversity and excepting the truth….honesty and accepting the problem makes it a chance of overcoming.

  5. Stop the shaming and stigma. That’s what keeps people ‘out there’. After removing the substances, work on whatever it is you were trying so hard to not feel. An emotion only lasts up to 90 seconds if you just grin and bear it. You’re worth it. I lost two children to substance abuse after being clean and sober myself for over a decade.

  6. If his mother wasn’t a congresswoman and he was a poor person he would be in prison. He would have gotten caught with drugs a few times and that can be three strikes and your out. Didn’t you know you can get a life sentence for 4 joints? Yep. 1st joint misdemeanor. 2nd 3rd and 4th joint felony. 3 strikes.

  7. Obsession May be something negative when using drugs but it is something positive when using make-up.
    September 11, 2017: L’oreal has a two page ad in People Magazine. The ad says: Matte Red Lip Stick is the Richest most Obsessive color
    and a Matte Addiction is good “because your worth it”.

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