My only regret is that I waited this long to read the book.
Edward Tick's book is from his soul, from many years of providing psychotherapy to veterans and winning the way back from nightmares and terrors for them.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand their loved ones or any warrior and their families who suffer from PTSD.
If you want a different take on why todays Veterans are suffering from from PTSD, Its a must read. keep an open mind.Published 1 month ago by elliot abelson
Edward Tick's accounting of PTSD is thoughtful, logical, heartbreaking and inspiring. Anyone who has been served by a veteran (that's everyone! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Schelli Whitehouse
I have already gotten about everything the VA has to offer for PTSD, except residential therapy. I have quit their meds. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lewis E Anderson
An extraordinary examination of the warrior's troubled mind from the Greeks to the geeks. If only all our veteran hospitals made this mandatory reading. Read morePublished 3 months ago by O'Hara
Great book. Best reference EVER on healing PTSD!! Every combat vet should be issued a copy and recovery groups should study it.iPublished 4 months ago by James Sower
Recovering from PTSD is never easy. As a Vietnam Veteran, I suppose I will always be in a state of recovery. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mike O'Neal
I was a patient of Dr. Tick's back in the mid to late nineties. The first six months were excellent as he was very nurturing and loving. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew J. Schiff
This book helped me recover my soul. I lost it in Vietnam, along with my faith, my innocence, and my trust in my fellow man. I think this is seminal work. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gregory Bremer
The book is very well written and one can tell the writer has been there and knows his "stuff." I should have given 5-stars but it has brought too many "bad"... Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Griffin