Review by Tangerine Hippy

3/4 Stars

I like this book because the author was very open about her situation and what helped her to cope. She was able to discover what was doing the most damage in her recovery and sought to fix what she needed to fix. I also have PTSD so this book really spoke to me and I found it to be very informative and relatable. There were sections in this book that spoke to me specifically and, in a way, helped me.

Review by Joy C

3/4 Stars

This book helped me see what the PTSD experience is. It is an existential crisis and not a mental health disorder as we are made to believe. I understood that for the PTSD journeyer to heal, they must first overcome the fear, not of death but life, and learn to live again. This they must do in conditions of peace and quietness, love and compassion. She also broke down concepts like the MMPI scales and scores, the DSM V, Behaviourism, Transhumanism, extinction learning, and a host of other therapies.

Review by Shirley Tome

3/4 Stars

Reading this book was quite an eye-opener for me. The author makes a compelling case about the fallacy of the mental health treatment process, while extensively discussing how a bonanza has been created in the mental health industry to profit off those suffering from PTSD and other mental health related issues. The book is quite voluminous and heavily referenced. As I continued to read, I was amazed at the author’s extensive and deep research she went into writing this book.

Review by Brona Mills

A great insight and alternative view point of looking and dealing with mental health. Although based on experiences with US businesses, unions and professionals, the essence of the book can be adapted elsewhere.

Review by The Prairies Book Review

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