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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder significantly affects many people and is not limited solely to war trauma. In this volume of hope and healing the authors recount their ongoing journey to hope. In an intensely personal yet broadly applicable discussion of PTSD, Mike and Kathy Langston provide encouragement and hope for all who struggle with the ravages of PTSD or who love someone who struggles with it. This is a powerful story proclaiming that recovery is possible and that the past need not control the present or the future. A Long Healing Come Slowly.
Jim Carmichael, Copyright Michael Lloyd's life came to a screeching halt when his best friend, Cpl. Damien Wilson, was killed in Vietnam. Little did Michael know the black whirlpool of emotion Damien's death would set into motion. Stephen had put his combat experiences behind him- he thought.
By , Vietnam monopolized nightly newscasts viewed by millions of Americans at their dinner tables. Stephen attempted to dissuade his son from making any rash decisions about avenging Damien's death, but he overlooked the possibility of that death raking up terrifying memories of deadly flak, German MEs, and his riddled bomber lumbering to its German targets. Stephen began spiraling out of control, taking his family with him. This story is historical fiction based on true events. You will follow the Lloyds as they suffer the repercussions of PTSD, and the severe mental trauma that ambushes, as it victimizes the whole family.
This account is about infinitely more than human reactions to shock and grief. It is about the King of redemption, the Lord Jesus Christ, as He preserves and governs His creatures with wisdom and power. This novel details the lives of one family, who are all woefully ignorant of the effects of war. It also describes the assuring hope of heaven in the midst of tragedy. For many soldiers, there is a war after the war.
After experiencing the horrifying aspects of war, many soldiers are afflicted with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, termed by some as "cancer of the soul". It is written for those who are asked to lay down their weapons and return to civilian life but seem to have lost the necessary pieces for this transition. It is a message of hope for those who have lost it and cannot seem to come back, and it is the testimony of a tortured soul who has found peace within.
Faith in the Fog of War. Stories of triumph and tragedy in the midst of war. Chris Plekenpol, Copyright You want the flare of your faith to burn as intensely as a fire on the battlefield. These devotions are written by a man who had considered war something that someone else always did, and was then himself deployed to Iraq as a company commander. Because in war, as in contemporary America , reality involves struggle, trial, and triumph. War screams the same questions whispered in everyday life.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Overview of Evidence-Based Assessment and Treatment
The battlefield explodes with the same tenacity of emotions that wretch our souls. Smoke fills the air just as doubt clouds our minds. Are you on the frontlines of war overseas? Or perhaps your battle is personal, deep within. These devotions, penned by Captain Chris Plekenpol while on the battlefield in Iraq, expose the depths of inexplicable suffering as well as the heights of incredible victory in God.
An army chaplain's memoir. As he left for his second tour of duty as an Army chaplain in Iraq, Roger Benimoff noted in his journal: I am excited and I am scared. I am on fire for God He is my hope, strength, and focus. Unable to make sense of the senseless, Benimoff turned to his journal. What did it mean to believe in a God who would allow the utter horror and injustice of war? Did He want these brave young men and women to die?
In his darkest moment, Benimoff wrote: Why am I so angry?
I do not want anything to do with God. I am sick of religion. It is a crutch for the weak. He withdrew emotionally from wife and sons, creating tensions that threatened to shatter the family. He was assigned to work at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he counseled returning soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder—until he was diagnosed himself with PTSD. Finding himself in the role of patient rather than caregiver, connecting as an equal with his fellow sufferers, and revisiting scriptural readings that once again rang with meaning and truth, he began his most decisive battle: Jenny Reese Clark, Copyright To change one's field of influence is to change the course of one's life.
If I move one more step in any direction, I have to acknowledge that I passed serious long ago. I pursue an ever-eluding precursor of death, and I'm never satisfied when I find it. The time I spend in pleasure does not outweigh the chase, and the reasons why I continue in this parody of life baffle me.
Marine Thurman Casey Shaw. With an honorable discharge and wounds more than surface deep, United States Marine Thurman Casey Shaw leaves one war zone to battle for a half-life existence in another. With a former brother as his only friend in New York, Casey loses himself inside of a world that he can't escape. Addiction and desperate times lead him to an unusual proposal; Once you ingest the contents of this box, you must loosen its hold on your life forever.
Accepting the challenge out of pure hopelessness, Casey has no clue that when he wakes up, his life will change whether he wants it to or not.
While filled with strong emotional content, the array of feelings are broad and explained in a way only one who has been there knows and can. As a former prisoner, I was spared by the same grace offered to Casey. Redemption, sacrifice, faith, and love are all core elements found in this work. It begins serious and ends even more intense.
This Marine's story is written for all who seek answers and my goal is that once read, those answers forge next steps. First Aid for Your Emotional Hurts: This booklet provides hope and healing for veterans and their families who are suffering the invisible wounds and scars of war. Moody and Trogdon provide helpful information to understand the struggles and offer effective ways to find a brighter future of purpose and peace.
PTSD, traumatic brain injury, stress of war, transitioning to home, and many more. The authors' writing flows out of experience and a genuine appreciation for those who have served to protect our country's freedom. God Understands American Bible Society. A resource created to provide healing, hope and comfort to veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and the spiritual, physical and emotional brokenness brought on by active duty service.
Based on the Spiritual Injury Scale used by VA chaplains, real life situations about Veterans are shared to help identify spiritual injuries that often lead to feelings of uncertainty.
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There is a common human thread that flows through our frailties, our weaknesses, our heartaches and our sufferings—and a common thread of hope that so many have found through prayer and Scripture. Engaging this content can help you process your injuries and begin to heal. Start your own journey today. Greg Gifford, Copyright Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is everywhere.
As you will see, God offers us a perspective on how we should view PTSD and the trauma that started it all. Making peace with your past. Chuck Dean, Copyright Although the Vietnam War officially ended in , it still rages in the lives of thousands of veterans and their families.
This book not only tells why so many Vietnam veterans suffer from flashbacks, depression, fits of rage, nightmares, emotional numbing, and broken relationships, but it offers solid answers and gives hope. It reveals the way to peace on the subject of post-traumatic stress. This book highlights the path along the way to transitioning from warrior to civilian.
It is not a book to read just once, but one to study over and over again. Tending the Warrior Soul.
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Louis Harrison, Copyright In war there are traumas to the soul that are not assuaged for the warrior by even the most excellent psychological care, medical interventions, and official support programs. We must "remake" our worldview, expand our theological reference points, and accommodate our civilized views about violence, cruelty, right and wrong to the uncivilized applications of war. Neither God nor His commandments change, for these are the anchor points, trustworthy and sure. Teaching people to sort through the reality of God while sifting through the ashes of soul, spirit, and mind burned in the consequences of war is not "routine" business.
Ministry to warriors is transformative. Lou Harrison never dreamed of "writing a book," and was embarrassed when it was suggested. The thoughts he had been writing down during his years of ministry were for his own understanding and growth in ministry to combatants. His words, advice and insight have been tested for accuracy and usefulness through feedback from war-experienced friends, extending from young grunts to ranking line officers and chaplains. The Combat Trauma Healing Manual. Christ-centered solutions for combat trauma. Chris Adsit, Copyright The book outlines a step-by-step program that will help PTSD sufferers….
Understand your trauma — spiritually, psychologically and physiologically. Adopt therapeutic spiritual disciplines to bring you closer to God. Process your loss and grief. Experience the freeing influence of giving and receiving forgiveness. Rebuild your identity based on what God says about you. Strengthen yourself spiritually against future attacks. Connect with those who will support you in many ways. Define plans to fully reintegrate into society as a strengthened man or woman of God. One hero's fight on two fronts--abroad and within. Nate Self, Copyright For the first time, Army Ranger hero Nate Self tells his story.
Self recounts the Roberts Ridge Rescue mission, the ferocious battles in Afghanistan, and the lone war of attrition that Nate Self has waged against post-traumatic stress disorder. This book will become a go-to book for understanding the long-term effects of the war on terror. Thousands of families are fighting this battle, and Nate Self opens up his whole life—tragedies, successes, failures, and a struggle with suicidal thoughts—to share the facts and to show how his family and his faith pulled him through.
When War Comes Home. Christ-centered healing for wives of combat veterans. When War Comes Home: Insights from the medical and counseling community are wrapped in biblical principles and the shared experiences of other military wives. Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior. A personal story of a Vietnam veteran who lost his legs but found his soul. A mortar exploded, and West Point graduate Allen B.
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This is the story of how one soldier, so gravely injured that both of his legs were amputated, turned his grievous loss into a personal triumph. Clark describes his struggle through a year-long recovery and a severe bout of post traumatic stress disorder, so little understood at the time. Clark's story of growth and spiritual fulfillment wrested from his wartime tragedy is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and is of special relevance in our day of so many soldiers returning wounded in body and spirit from Iraq.
Wounded Warrior, Wounded Home. Marshele Carter Waddell and Kelly K. For every wounded warrior, there is a wounded home--an immediate and extended family and community impacted by their loved one's war experiences. Every day service members are returning from combat deployments to their families.
And every day war comes home with them. Spouses, parents, and children must undergo changes on the home front, a process that resembles the phases of grief. Confusion, hurt, anger, guilt, fatigue, and fear lie behind their brave smiles and squared shoulders.
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Detailed Description By John D. NEW or Recently Added! This handbook addresses the obstacles that veterans face when filing for benefits related to post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD.