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Anthony LaGreca and Beverly Buncher discuss the BALM principle to help families dealing with addiction


Tony LaGreca in the 95.9 WATD-FM studio[/caption] As the opioid epidemic continues to claim our loved ones and involve all generations within a family, Anthony LaGreca and author Beverly Buncher have been saving lives with their “BALM” philosophy. LaGreca, a Bereavement Facilitator and passionate member of FEDUP and HopeFloats, and Beverly A. Buncher, author of the new book, BALM: The Loving Path to Family Recovery, were guests on My Generation, broadcast live on 95.9 WATD-FM, last night.   LaGreca became an activist in the fight against our country’s opioid crisis after he lost a son to opioid addiction several years ago. He and Buncher met a little more than a year ago and began collaborating on implementing the BALM method and publishing what is touted as a “life changing” book. The acronym BALM stands for Be A Loving Mirror, and LaGreca and Buncher discussed how following this approach can aid in a loved one’s addiction while bringing peace to a family. To listen to this informative and educational conversation, please click the audio link below: [audio src="https://southshoresenior.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/my-generation-4-22-18.mp3"][/audio] You may recognize Tony LaGreca as a co-host of the 95.9 WATD long-running radio program, The Sports Exchange, hosted by Bill Wilhelm, broadcast every Sunday night from 5-7:00 PM. [caption id="attachment_5467" align="alignnone" width="2592"]Bev-Image-final Author Beverly Buncher[/caption] Screen Shot 2018-04-23 at 8.35.31 AM]]>


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