Getting Well for the First Time

Getting Well for the First Time Beautifully written story Brave honest and educational This book documents a journey of self discovery as well as dealing with many problems A first person account of the author s progress in gettin

  • Title: Getting Well for the First Time
  • Author: Paul F. Rice
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Beautifully written story Brave, honest, and educational This book documents a journey of self discovery as well as dealing with many problems A first person account of the author s progress in getting well from post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD The past 3 1 2 years of the author s treatment for PTSD provides the book s source material.The author s chosen treatmen Beautifully written story Brave, honest, and educational This book documents a journey of self discovery as well as dealing with many problems A first person account of the author s progress in getting well from post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD The past 3 1 2 years of the author s treatment for PTSD provides the book s source material.The author s chosen treatment is an experiential therapy that addresses the underlying problems This is in contrast to the vast majority of treatments that deal only with symptoms Anyone who has suffered from chronic illness, whether PTSD or any other, would benefit from reading this book which also contains useful and current links to many other sources of information is a book of hope and achievement which could encourage others to address their own issues and get well too.

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    1. Getting Well for the First Time - Decades Long Battle with PTSDRating: 4 of 5Author: Paul RiceFormat: KindleHaving suffered a physically abusive childhood, author Paul Rice recounts his decades long battle with managing his life and relationships due to PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).  Having tried a number of different treatment methods over time, he is now "Getting Well for the First Time".One can see through Paul's writing his desire to understand the truth of why he suffers from PTSD [...]

    2. This book chronicles the up's and down's of how one man deals with both Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and a condition called Spondylolisthesis which is the anterior or posterior displacement of a vertebra or the vertebral column. One deals with the emotional onsets that occur after being submitted to severe psychological trauma. The other is a physical debilitation that affects the person's posture as a result of the person's vertebral displacement.Paul chronicles his conditions as far back to [...]

    3. I recieved this book in exchange for an honest review and I appreciate the chance to do so.This was an interesting look at a man's journey through PTSD. We hear how, with therapy, he looks back on his life and faces the issues in his childhood that caused physical and emotion issues throughout his life. Its an interesting look into current therapy methods. And what works for some doesn't work for everybody. While this book isn't for everyone, I think it would be of interest to anyone suffering f [...]

    4. This book is how one man chose to deal with his PTSD. It reads like a journal. He talks about going back into his childhood to find out why he has the health issues he does. If you don't have PTSD or don't care to hear about someone else's mental and physical health issues than don't read this book. I know that the author was using this book to document his return to health, but it was very hard for me to read.I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

    5. One man's examination of his own severe ailments proves interesting reading. Though it reads more like a scientific report, at times, the sections on repression, food allergies, and being pro-active about figuring out the meaning of those pain signals your body sends out, were fascinating and thought-provoking.

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