Have you been a victim of abuse, suicide attempts, alcohol, or drug addiction? Have you miscarried babies, been a workaholic, or experienced frequent insomnia, nightmares, or depression? Are you always angry, finding yourself speeding, or engaging in road rage? These are just a few of the symptoms of a PTSD victim - someone who has been traumatized in the past or on a battlefield. Learn how childhood trauma can lead to military rape and PTSD.
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"Lady's depiction of her journey from childhood trauma to adult well-being illustrates the reality of what it is like to live with PTSD and what it takes to recover.... Lady writes with extreme tenderness toward the child she was, who still exists within her. This book will validate and inspire other survivors of PTSD on their journeys toward peace, and be a resource for those who love them." Irene J. Liberetto, LCSW