First Person: Combat PTSD
A First Person Account of my Life's Journey before, during, and after serving in a Marine Recon Combat unit in Vietnam. This book will be of interests to Combat Veterans suffering from PTSD, families of PTSD Veterans and/or people diagnosed with PTSD, professionals treating PTSD patients/clients and the general public as a whole.
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