The Combat Veteran and PTSD, and Help For The Family

eBook (PDF), 109 Pages
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A No-Nonsense Guide, telling How Combat Veterans Get PTSD, What PTSD IS, and How PTSD Changes Combat Veterans. This book is intended to be useful to five main areas of interest: 1- It is a clinical handbook for the psychology of PTSD; 2- It is a combat veteran's guide to understanding his or her PTSD and to derive healing; 3- It is a guide for family and friends of a combat veteran to find greater understanding of the veteran's problems; 4- By journaling as the veteran reads this book, he or she can realize real therapeutic gains in reducing the affect of PTSD; and 5- For WWII buffs, it provides a no-nonsense depiction of the way WWII really was.
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  • By douglasmitten
    Dec 2, 2010
    As a Vietnam Veteran I found this book to be an easy read and a wealth of information on dealing with my PTSD. I shared it with my spouse and now she has a better understanding of the impact of the war on me and her. I highly recommend this book to any veteran - Mr. Resta is a WWII Combat Infantry Veteran, wounded in combat, awarded a Purple Heart. Returned to duty after his release from the hospital and fought with that unit until the end of war.
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September 29, 2011
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