PTSD: Recovery from Bad Memories and Trauma
Date: July 2020
Duration: 1 hours 52 minutes
This is a 2-book combo, which has the following titles:
Book 1: What happens in the brain of someone who has Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?
Why can’t we either erase memories or cope with them when they have been shockingly awful?
Questions like these will be answered in this quick guide, as well as other interesting facts, anecdotes, and topics. We will discuss the comprehensive concept of dissociative amnesia, the four different subtypes of PTSD, the difference between PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder, specific problems related to homeless veterans, and several other fascinating subjects.
Book 2: Many people believe grieving is only something we do when somebody we care about dies. But there are many other reasons why we grieve. Smaller but similarly serious sorrows can include the loss of a job, a broken relationship, unmet expectations, frustration or disappointment because of failure, and so much more.
Two other subjects will also be discussed in this book. The first relates to handling PTSD in your marital relationship. If you are married to someone who has a traumatic disorder, there are many pieces of advice that can help you deal with that person and these side effects better. Another topic heavily emphasized in this book, is what’s called “survivor’s guilt.” It relates to people who have seen others die and wonder why they are still alive. Even though they might not be the cause of the other people’s deaths, they still have a feeling of guilt that tells them they got lucky and may feel they don’t deserve to be alive more than any other individual. This can be a real problem and can cause PTSD.
If any of these topics interest you, then I encourage you to start reading or listening to this book right now!