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First Person: Combat PTSD
by Rob J. Honzell, Sr., PhD   

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Memoir

Publisher:  LuLu ISBN-10:  1435709136 Type: 
Pages: 

178

Copyright:  Jan 2, 2008 ISBN-13:  9781435709133
Non-Fiction

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A first person look at a 17 year old boy before Vietnam, the journey through life with Combat PTSD, and the 58 year old man telling the story in First Person Past and Present Tense.


A journey told in First Person of a boy, and then a man traveling through life after seeing combat with a Marine Recon Team in Vietnam.  A book, sometimes that will make you cry, and sometimes hopefully will make you laugh.  A good book for all PTSD patients, families of patients, and practictioners who treat PTSD.
      

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"Once a Marine, Always a Marine"


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Reviewed by Rob Honzell, Sr., PhD 3/5/2008
Toronto,ON 17 Feb 2008
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A well done personal account of a soldiers' attempts to carry on living after being involved in the horrific experiences that accompany war. A highly recommended read for the undergrad, grad, or professional who is involved in P.T.S.D studies associated with combat related experiences and is seeking first hand accounts. Looking forward to seeing another book soon!

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