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Have you wondered what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD symptoms really are and how you or a loved one can help get treatment? There are over 20 suicides per day in the United States due to military-related PTSD, and it does not need to be this way, in this book, you'll learn why... Retired Major Marc Raciti and International Book Award finalist writes his story thro Have you wondered what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD symptoms really are and how you or a loved one can help get treatment? There are over 20 suicides per day in the United States due to military-related PTSD, and it does not need to be this way, in this book, you'll learn why... Retired Major Marc Raciti and International Book Award finalist writes his story through P.T.S.D. as a veteran of the U.S. Army. This story is about his journey, from the very first time he realized there was a problem, to the moment he found the courage to get well. It was not an easy thing to accomplish, but somehow he managed to cross this abyss that defined his struggle and journey. His hope is that he will be able to inspire others to want to get well, and to help those who continue to suffer and may never completely heal. The concept is simple: It’s about paying it forward - to help veterans and others with PTSD make it across the abyss. Once on the healing side, his wish is that they, in turn, will start helping others who are lost, and thus establish a culture of understanding and compassion for our PTSD population. If you feel like you may have symptoms of PTSD or know a loved one who does, click order now and read this book to learn how to begin the healing process.


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Have you wondered what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD symptoms really are and how you or a loved one can help get treatment? There are over 20 suicides per day in the United States due to military-related PTSD, and it does not need to be this way, in this book, you'll learn why... Retired Major Marc Raciti and International Book Award finalist writes his story thro Have you wondered what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD symptoms really are and how you or a loved one can help get treatment? There are over 20 suicides per day in the United States due to military-related PTSD, and it does not need to be this way, in this book, you'll learn why... Retired Major Marc Raciti and International Book Award finalist writes his story through P.T.S.D. as a veteran of the U.S. Army. This story is about his journey, from the very first time he realized there was a problem, to the moment he found the courage to get well. It was not an easy thing to accomplish, but somehow he managed to cross this abyss that defined his struggle and journey. His hope is that he will be able to inspire others to want to get well, and to help those who continue to suffer and may never completely heal. The concept is simple: It’s about paying it forward - to help veterans and others with PTSD make it across the abyss. Once on the healing side, his wish is that they, in turn, will start helping others who are lost, and thus establish a culture of understanding and compassion for our PTSD population. If you feel like you may have symptoms of PTSD or know a loved one who does, click order now and read this book to learn how to begin the healing process.

30 review for I Just Want To See Trees: A Journey Through P.T.S.D. (PTSD Symptoms, Veterans, Treatment)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    I Just Want to See Trees by Marc Raciti is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early July. Although Raciti follows an uncertain timeline throughout his life, another soldier with PTSD that he cares for (also named Marc), and his service dogs (all named Douglas), his narration speaks volumes about living with PTSD (and "replenishing the voids left in my soul"), rather than just giving up in its wake or trying to rid yourself of it completely, as he had by engaging in risky behavior and reenterin I Just Want to See Trees by Marc Raciti is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early July. Although Raciti follows an uncertain timeline throughout his life, another soldier with PTSD that he cares for (also named Marc), and his service dogs (all named Douglas), his narration speaks volumes about living with PTSD (and "replenishing the voids left in my soul"), rather than just giving up in its wake or trying to rid yourself of it completely, as he had by engaging in risky behavior and reentering combat in an effort to have his fate be chosen by someone or something other than himself. He advises readers with or without PTSD to seek people out, instead of pushing them away, to find community with others, and to acknowledge the difficulty in living than the ease/fear of dying.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Thackston

    Courageous insight into the pain and confusion of PTSD to hope and healing. Although I have never served and cannot begin to imagine the suffering of our men and women, the authors courageously conveyed viseral feelings with an authenticity ...transporting me from pain to hope. And a big salute to Douglas II.

  3. 5 out of 5

    james w harrington

    Marc Raciti Review Interesting reading and a better understanding of PTSD. Have met Marc and think he's the real thing. A good guy all around.

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