The Combat Trauma Healing Manual: Christ-centered Solutions for Combat Trauma Kindle Edition
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An excellent resource for the returning combat veteran who has difficulty re-integrating into civilian life.
If you know anyone directly or indirectly affected by PTSD, the best gift you could ever give them is this book!
The text doesn't present a quick fix; one doesn't exist. This is a detailed plan for helping one's self. I believe healing will come faster if the PTSD sufferer works through the manual with the encouragement of a mentor. (A draft copy of a Leader's Guide to this manual can be downloaded without cost from the Internet.)
Throughout the book the reader is reminded that it was service that got him/her into this present traumatized condition and service will help provide an escape route. I especially appreciated the section on page 143, entitled "Why Serve: Your Unique Qualifications and Benefits." The section begins by retelling the story in John 11 when Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. When Jesus commanded, "Lazarus, come out!" of the tomb, the dead man got up and walked out, bound in his grave clothes. Then Jesus said to those gathered about, "Take off his grave clothes and let him go." As they heal, PTSD sufferers are among the resurrected ones. Having struggled with their own smelly grave clothes, they are qualified to help Jesus help others with theirs.
This not a book designed only for followers of Jesus Christ, though they will find it easier to take everything in at first reading. Those who don't know Him will find a five-page guide showing how to know God personally in Appendix A.
Get your own copy of this book and read it so you can grasp the hopeless world in which our PTSD friends feel holds them captive. If you don't personally know any victims, donate your copy to your local library.
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