Author Debbie Sprague shares the reality of her husband and family’s experiences with PTSD. The contagion, costs and ultimately triumphs of this condition that affects so many of our veterans and their families – physically, emotionally, spiritually, financially and mentally. Her long road takes us through the ups and downs as well as practicalities of finding help and learning how to live with this mysterious and debiliatating condition.
Part personal memoir, part survival guide, part learning lessons with experts, A Stranger in My Bed portrays an entirely helpful personal journey that will assist those that wrestle ith the PSTD of a loved one, and possibly avoid its debilitating effects for the caregivers who suffer alongside them. Hopeful, instructive, and ultimately inspiring, join TapFest for one of the most important conversations we can have about retrieving quality of life in the fact of ever-increasing numbers of PSTD, and creating resiliency from adversity.
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HOST: Jondi Whitis, an EFT Trainer and Practitioner in Brooklyn, NY, is an EFT Trainer for Mastery, in NYC, USA, in private practice for groups and individuals, and is the lead trainer for the sustainable community trauma relief project in Newtown, CT. She specializes in creating a different breed of practitioner of masterful skills and whole-hearted integration. Contact: [email protected] for information, sessions, groups and training classes.
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