Back from the Front: PTSD
Probably the most complete book ever written about military PTSD and MSTD. Self help tips from someone who has "Been there and done that" A MUST read for your care givers who have PTSD because of their caring for you.
This publication is one of a kind as it discusses everything about our disorder. See our website www.connectionstoanewlife.com to review our new book and a partial table of contents below.
Believe me, no subject left out.
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Table of Contents
What is PTSD
Stages of PTSD
Treatment of PTSD
Triggers and Responses
Agent Orange and PTSD
PTSD and Suicide
PTSD and Violence
Fact or Fiction
The Perfect Storm
Traumatic Brain Injury
Aid & Attendance
PTSD in Military Careers
Connect With Others
Take Care Of Yourself
Helping A Loved One
Homeless Vets / PTSD
PTSD Affecting Children
PTSD And Alcohol Abuse
PTSD Substance Abuse
Navy Change Sea Duty
Controlling Your Triggers
Care Giver Burnout
Communication is Best
PTSD & Sexual Dysfunction
Intimate Partner Violence
Anxiety Self Help
PTSD Affects Everyone
Greediness / Fraud
Care Givers Experiences
Female Combat PTSD
Dealing With Nightmares
See Us Through Our Eyes
Review And Conclusions
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Read PTSD Book Reviews
"This is by far the best publication on the subject I have read. I really learned a lot about how to deal with everyday issues that sometimes haunt me. I am going to purchase another copy for the local Library."
Greg Holden SSgt. USMC Brookings, OR
"I found the PTSD book very informative."
G Sullivan, Ithaca NY
"PTSD very well written and useful."
Hal Morrow, Toms, River, NJ
"Very skillfully written, I learned a lot about Self Help, so did my wife. Thanks for the education."
M. Crawford, US Army Brockway, PA
"Very nice job, I picked up a few hints along the way myself. You offered many ideas for self help.Again, good job"
EH Malone, Colonel, United Kingdom, NATO Forces Ret.
"Great reading for caretakers and those of us with PTSD. Thanks for the self help techniques"
Sgt. Allan Yates US Army Ret. Commack, Long Island NY
"Hey Don, you really nailed this one.Best I've read in a while about PTSD. I was happy to be a part of it. You put my story on Pg 237. Thanks...Hope it helped"
D. Terhark Okarche, Oklahoma