Monroeville resident’s book describes loss, hope and value of Jewish community
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Monroeville resident’s book describes loss, hope and value of Jewish community

Carol Goldblum Nathenson pens story of her life

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Monroeville resident Carol Goldblum Nathenson gives readers a window into her life and a push for perseverance in her recently published book, “A Young Widow's Twenty-Year Journey: Navigating the New Normal.” In her memoir, Nathenson recounts the loss of her husband Dr. Lee J. Goldblum, meeting a new partner and the challenges of rebuilding a shattered life.

Nathenson said her book is germane to Pittsburgh’s Jewish readers given its setting and themes. Apart from taking place in western Pennsylvania, the book describes the importance of Jewish communal membership, support within a congregation and the value of rabbinic guidance.

“A Young Widow's Twenty-Year Journey: Navigating the New Normal” is published by ‎Newman Springs Publishing, Inc. and is available at amazon.com. PJC

Adam Reinherz can be reached at areinherz@pittsburghjewishchronicle.org.

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