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A compelling story of two complete strangers who met and become friends as they were seeking help in an outpatient rehabilitation program for people suffering with PTSD. Bob, a Vietnam vet, whose eyes have seen and hands that have committed the horrors of war finds himself in a place in his life where it is difficult to look at himself in the mirror. Not only does his PTSD affects his daytime activities, his nights are filled with the horrors of his memories. Helen, a nurse who had just started working at the same facility, is the mother of an Afghanistan vet who wants answers to where her fun-loving son has gone. Helen soon finds out how the lasting effect of war triggers the mind into pathways of horror. As you join this healing journey, you will learn about the pain and suffering of PTSD. PTSD does not discriminate against whom it inflicts; it lurks in the shadows ready to strike not only the soldier, but his family, friends and all he may come in contact with. This is a excellent read for anyone who would like to know more about this condition.
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