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The Patricia Raskin Show

The Patricia Raskin Show

Monday at 11 AM Pacific

May 14th 2018: Sharon Hart-Green:Tragedy and Healing/Joanna Charnas:Managing Illness

In the first half, Patricia interviews Sharon Hart- Green, author of Come Back for Me: A Novel. The book is a story of a young Hungarian Holocaust survivor on a quest to find his sister and a separate story of a Toronto teenager whose life is shattered by her uncle's death. These two stories come together in Israel and create connections between generations. Loss, trauma, memory, and the ties of family are the elements that weave together this panoramic story. She will discuss how the novel deals with the scars left by tragedy and the possibilities for healing. In the second half, Patricia

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Sharon Hart-Green

Sharon Hart- Green, author of Come Back For Me, received her PhD in Judaic Studies from Brandeis University and has taught Hebrew and Yiddish literature at the University of Toronto.
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Joanna Charnas

Joanna J. Charnas, author of 100 Tips and Tools for Managing Chronic Illness, is a social worker with three decades of experience as a licensed mental health provider.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1045/the-patricia-raskin-show 08/06/2020 11:00 08/06/2020 12:00 The Patricia Raskin Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1045/the-patricia-raskin-show In the first half, Patricia interviews Sharon Hart- Green, author of Come Back for Me: A Novel. The book is a story of a young Hungarian Holocaust survivor on a quest to find his sister and a separate story of a Toronto teenager whose life is shattered by her uncle's death. These two stories come together in Israel and create connections between generations. Loss, trauma, memory, and the ties of family are the elements that weave together this panoramic story. She will discuss how the novel deals with the scars left by tragedy and the possibilities for healing. In the second half, Patricia interviews Joanna Charnas, author of 100 Tips and Tools for Managing Chronic Illness. She will discuss how chronic illness demands constant mindfulness and management and that it is a process that constantly evolves over a lifetime. She provides the reader with one hundred different methods for accomplishing this task, offering personal examples that are humorous heartfelt, and insightful. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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