TOW, Texas, Oct. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Here's a helpful and informative collection of real-life short stories shared by veterans and spouses to help those in the military, veteran, and civilian communities who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Wounds of the Soul puts the symptoms of PTSD into an understandable and easily recognizable format to foster better understanding of PTSD. Author Jim Money, together with other veterans and their spouses, garnered a wealth of information about PTSD through counseling and living with the disorder for more than 40 years.
There are millions of men and women who have faithfully served in the armed forces of this nation, fighting evil and terrorism around the globe. They put their lives on hold as they follow orders to locate, fight and destroy those who commit crimes against society. Unfortunately for them, their battles don't end when they return home from the battlefield. These soldiers, their families, and their communities still continue to combat a silent and disruptive enemy called PTSD, caused by experiencing traumatic events.
This book hopes to help educate those suffering from PTSD along with their families and friends. Using a narrative format, written by veterans' family members, this book describes real-life experiences of turmoil and upheaval, and their attempt to expose the symptoms thus allowing intervention and the saving of lives.
About the Author
Jim Money served almost 15 years in the United States Army. He received a Purple Heart and is now classified as 100 percent disabled. He collaborated with 17 fellow Vietnam veterans in writing his previous book, The Conflict that Was a War: In Vietnam and at Home. Now retired, he lives in Tow, Texas.
The Wounds of the Soul by Jim Money
Publication Date: February 23, 2015
Price: $14.95; 154 pages; ISBN 978-1-4917-5767-3
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