Post-traumatic stress disorder is a term we’re hearing a lot of these days as members of our military return home ‘shell shocked’ by battle experiences.
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But you don’t have to have been on the battlefield to suffer from PTSD – in fact, anyone who’s been in a very stressful situation can develop it. Stressful conditions can range from a terrorist attack to a serious car accident to sexual abuse, or even bullying at school or work.
If you think that you, or someone you care about, may have been affected by PTSD, then this book will help you understand what caused your problem, what the symptoms are, and where to get help. Most importantly of all, it suggests ways for you to help yourself – and a sense of empowerment is important in an illness that leaves a person feeling helpless.
In this book we’ve put together the information that will help you make the decisions and find the help you – or your loved one – will need to reclaim your life and happiness.