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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

December 28th 2016:Losing Aaron

Watching someone you love struggle with a mental illness is wrenching and frightening. Ingrid Blaufarb Hughes knows that all too well! Her son, Aaron, struggled with schizophrenia until it finally led to his death. She stood by helpless in the face of a world she did not live in, loving him but being unable to make a difference. Her experience with her brilliant son compels her to tell the stories of other families facing similar experiences. As a writer, she also needed to tell their story, eloquently capturing her family's truth in her book, Losing Aaron.

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Ingrid Blaufarb Hughes

Ingrid Blaufarb Hughes was born in London in 1945 and grew up in New York, Athens, Saigon, Singapore, Colorado and Washington D.C. She settled in New York with Arthur Hughes, raised their children there, and taught English to immigrants and native New Yorkers at the City University of New York. Her poems and stories have appeared in a number of literary periodicals. She now lives in New Paltz, New York with her husband, Jay Klokker.
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