Dealing with Loss - September 14, 2011

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Written with clarity and grace, Phil Wolfson's Noë tells the harrowing but ultimately hopeful story of a family dealing with a teenage son's catastrophic illness and death in three compelling perspectives. More than a book about the incredible difficulties and stress of illness, Noë reveals the inner world of familial love and discord, one young man's own remarkable coping, and the extraordinary stress young Noah's (affectionately known as "Noë") illness had on his family.

The author chats with Guy and Jodie about is journey and how he hopes the book will help others who are dealing with catastrophic loss.

Sacramento & Company / News10

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