When Dennis James Williams returned home after fighting in Iraq, he had a hard time fitting back into society. He was under financial stress and could not communicate with his wife. Much of his time was spent trying to find a place to work so he could provide for his family. But what turned out to be his worst problem was something he didnat want to admit he hadapost-traumatic stress disorder. In this gut-wrenching personal account, Williams looks back at a downward spiral that led to alcohol, drugs, and other crutches. Finding a path that led to something better took a lot of work and time. Each time he thought head found the way out, head realize it was just an illusion. Whether you are a veteran or you know someone who is one, there are signs of post-traumatic stress disorderayou just need to know how to recognize them. After that, itas a matter of accepting the problem and seeking help. Williams met the challenge, and in PTSD and Me, he imparts that there is hope for other soldiers with this disorder.Flirting all the way to her vehicle and even asking and receiving a chance to hop in and go out with her. So close it was but at the last second instead of stepping in her Honda CRV I instead said goodbye and went to my car, with some stupidanbsp;...
|Title||:||PTSD and Me|
|Author||:||Retired MSG Dennis James Williams|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2013-08-09|