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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

July 10th 2019:Out of the Shadows

LGBTQ+ people face discrimination, marginalization and oppression often from a very early age. Gay men, in particular, have also lived with the trauma of the AIDS epidemic. Those in the oldest generation, who experienced a crushing amount of loss and the fear that this new disease created faced perhaps the most extreme set of emotional consequences. But two generations since, those who came out after AIDS was better understood and young gay men today still grapple with the mark those times left. How do people from such traumatic experience create lives of authenticity and actualization? Walt O

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Walt Odets

Walt Odets is a clinical s[psychologist and a writer. He is the author of In the Shadow of the Epidemic: Being HIV-Negative in the Age of AIDS and Out of the Shadows: Reimagining Gay Men's Lives. Walt has also contributed chapters to seven anthologies about the lives of gay men. He live in Berkeley, CA, where he has practiced psychology since 1987.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones 20/07/2019 05:00 20/07/2019 06:00 Good Grief with Cheryl Jones https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones LGBTQ+ people face discrimination, marginalization and oppression often from a very early age. Gay men, in particular, have also lived with the trauma of the AIDS epidemic. Those in the oldest generation, who experienced a crushing amount of loss and the fear that this new disease created faced perhaps the most extreme set of emotional consequences. But two generations since, those who came out after AIDS was better understood and young gay men today still grapple with the mark those times left. How do people from such traumatic experience create lives of authenticity and actualization? Walt Odets, who has spent his career working with gay men in his psychotherapy practice, believes that grieving and grappling with these traumas is an essential part of claiming life and moving forward. His book, Out of the Shadows, offers an understanding and road map for the work while telling compelling stories of men who have managed, despite what was put in their way, to create beautiful lives. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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