I get alerts on #PTSD all the time. Honestly, one of the reasons I decided to stop focusing on veterans with PTSD and turn the attention onto everyone that survived the cause of it. Until reporters get that message, nothing will change and we will continue to lose more survivors after they should have been helped to heal.
This will give you an idea of what my email fills up with.
Iraq veteran says friends call him at 3am ‘with pistol in hand’ over war horrors – The Mirror The Mirror In the two decades since, many of the soldiers who served have struggled with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). For some this included calling … 70 ptsd rating reddit – donationsva.it – donationsva.it Former POW Talks About Her Ongoing Battle With PTSD – fashiononashoestring.co.uk – fashiononashoestring.co.uk
Iraq, 20 Years Later: A Changed Washington and a Terrible Toll on America The New York Times … 300,000 others returned home suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders. … but what didn’t were the PTSD and the traumatic brain injury.
Rosanne Cash performs at Atwood Concert Hall – Alaska’s News Source Alaska’s News Source … with Creative Forces for military veterans suffering from PTSD or traumatic brain injury, writing and performing songs as a form of healing.
Deported: The Iraq War veterans denied the right to live in the US – Sight Magazine Sight Magazine But Segovia Benitez fell on hard times when he returned to the United States, struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder and addiction.
Erskine veterans share Iraq war experience 20 years on – Planet Radio Planet Radio “I don’t think I ever suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) but my wife might say differently because there were times when I was …
Psychological trauma does not leave the American veterans in Iraq – Globe Echo Globe Echo Like many war veterans, the experience left him with post-traumatic stress disorder and mixed feelings about the war. In an attempt to process his…
Veteran who fatally stabbed his girlfriend in Anaheim convicted of manslaughter New Santa Ana Superior Court jurors that Moseley suffered from PTSD, which stemmed from a traumatic childhood and a tour in Iraq where Moseley, a Navy medic, was …
There are more on that one email alert but you get the idea. Grammarly freaked out with those headlines and so did my brain.
This was my favorite one, but click the link to discover how 4 other reviewers took away different parts of it while giving it 4 5-star ratings and 1 4-star rating.
Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers’ Favorite
The Scribe of Salem by Kathie Costos is book one in the Ministers of the Mystery supernatural series. Chris considered himself an expert on the Witchcraft Trials in Salem, but something is about to prove his knowledge wrong. As a newspaper reporter, Chris has traveled the world and seen his fair share of horror, but nothing could compare to what happened next. On a visit to the Bishop Hotel Bar, Salem, a series of events changes everything he thought he knew and turns his life upside down. Chris has been offered a chance to get his life back on track, and he only has to do one thing – meet a Master Minister. When Chris begins to get his life back, he should be happy, right? But he isn’t; he’s terrified. Change has never done him any good before, so why should it make a difference now? God can’t save him – can he?
The Scribe of Salem by Kathie Costos is a great start to a new series. It’s an intriguing story, blending fantasy and supernatural horror as it delves deep into the Salem Witch Trials. Plenty of novels are based on the Witch Trials, but none are quite like this. It goes into great, descriptive detail about the horrors faced in those times and touches on other themes, such as domestic violence and PTSD. It’s also about having faith, not just in God, but in yourself and the power of friendship. It is a story of horror but also a story of pain, compassion, and healing, a gripping tale that will draw you into its tight clutches. It’s clear that Kathie Costos has done her research, and her characters are realistic people, easy to identify with, and infinitely likable. This wonderful story would make a great movie, and I highly recommend this author. I am looking forward to reading book two.