Victoria Noe

Award-winning Author, Speaker, Activist

Books by Victoria Noe

Fag Hags, Divas and Moms
SKU: 9780990308195

A B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree
The history of the AIDS epidemic has largely been told from the perspective of gay men: their losses, struggles and contributions. But what about the women - in particular, straight women? Not just Elizabeth Taylor and Princess Diana, but thousands whose accomplishments have never been recognized? For almost forty years, straight women have have been affected by HIV/AIDS. They have fought for the right to be included in clinical trials and qualify for disability benefits. They have raised money and awareness. They have devoted their lives to caregiving, medical research and advocacy. But until now, their stories have been ignored or forgotten, even in accounts of women's history.
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Friend Grief and Men
SKU: 9780990308164

"Be a man." Society expects men to take charge, get things done and keep their emotions in check. But what happens when their best friend dies and they're not allowed to grieve? In Friend Grief and Men: Defying Stereotypes you'll meet men whose friendships shaped their lives. Some lost a best friend. Some lost dozens of friends. Their stories of grieving and healing will change your perception of what it means to 'be a man'.
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Friend Grief in the Workplace
SKU: 9780990308133

They're friends and coworkers, so when they die, it's not only a personal and professional loss but a challenge: How can you grieve and get your work done, too? In the fifth book in the Friend Grief series, Friend Grief in the Workplace: More Than an Empty Cubicle you'll meet people whose friends were coworkers, too: in a TV newsroom, a rectory, a Broadway show and on a baseball diamond.
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My Gutsy Story Anthology
SKU: 9780985403942

Sonia Marsh, founded the My Gutsy Story® Anthology series and hopes to create a global community to help one another take risks in life. All 46 authors found the courage to face their fears and live their dreams. The stories are unique because of the authors’ willingness to openly share the obstacles they surmounted and the strength they developed to overcome doubt, fear, rejection and grief.
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Friend Grief and the Military
SKU: 9780990308102

"They were killing my friends." That was how Medal of Honor recipient Audie Murphy justified his heroic actions in World War II. As long as there have been wars, men and women in the military have watched their friends die. Experts warn that delaying our grief will complicate our lives. But what about those who have no choice but to delay it until the battle is over?
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Friend Grief and 9/11
SKU: 9780988463264

“Families only.” Those who were killed on September 11, 2001 left behind more than family members. They left thousands of friends who are often forgotten and ignored: co-workers, first responders, neighbors and survivors who struggle to find a way to grieve the friends killed when the World Trade Center towers fell.
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Friend Grief and AIDS
SKU: 9780988463226

It s been likened to a plague, but AIDS was never just a health crisis. The second of a series on grieving the death of a friend, Grief and AIDS: Thirty Years of Burying Our Friends, revisits a time when people with AIDS were also targets of bigotry and discrimination.
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Friend Grief and Anger
SKU: 9780988463202

"It's not like they're family." Sound familiar? If you're grieving the death of a friend, you've probably heard that from people who just don't get it. And if it made you angry, well, you're not alone. In the first of a series on grieving the death of a friend, "Friend Grief and Anger: When Your Friend Dies and No One Gives A Damn", you'll meet people who also struggled with anger after their friend died.
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