Gay Man Writes Book on Dealing with Disasters
From our print partners at South Florida Gay News. Hurricanes crash ashore. Terrorists strike. Buildings collapse. While the loss of life is devastating, friends and loved ones are left to deal with heartbreak and uncertainty. Robert Jensen, who is gay, wrote the book on navigating the aftermath of a disaster. He talked about his new book, “Personal Effects,” from his home in Key West. He’s Chairman of Kenyon International Emergency Services and is an expert in helping families and response services understand the situation and how to communicate with each other. Get the whole story in South Florida Gay News, on stands now.