Review by Ashwini Tawade

5/5 Stars

This book seems like a gateway to a lot of information about post-traumatic stress disorder treatment interventions. Though the author comes with an airline background, her study and experiences about post-traumatic stress disorder are remarkable. She mostly emphasizes that post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is not a disorder but rather a self-healing journey.

Review by Stephen Gabriel

4/5 Stars

The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy by H. Nattanya Andersen is a riveting and enlightening work that delves into the complexities of PTSD—a condition initiated by terrifying events that impacts individuals both psychologically and emotionally.

Review by Chimomaebuka Ejimchi

4/5 Stars

I recommend this book to all genuine PTSD survivors interested in learning how to heal effectively and cheaply. Also, I recommend this book to all who are willing to learn about the malpractice in the health sector of the USA. 

Review by David Reyes

5/5 Stars

Writing with simplicity and uncanny clarity, the author shows how PTSD treatments can destroy those who are in the healing process while helping readers understand what happens when people experience PTSD. Readers will also understand secrets that industry professionals don’t want the public to know.

Review by Icon

4/4 Stars

… this was a captivating and immersive read. The suspenseful nature causes a reader to be glued to the pages of this book. The author not only dealt with PTSD but branched off into topics such as reincarnation, karma, and where our soul goes when we die. The author based her theories on researches done by professionals. I liked how thorough the book seemed.

Review by Eze Michael 

4/4 Stars

One major thing I learned from this book is that drugs do not necessarily help PTSD patients to recover. I learned about discipline, determination, and persistence. In this book, the author states that PTSD is a gift for the reconstruction of one’s reality. I also learned that there is no definite time frame for a PTSD recovery.

Review by Amiczy Heaven

3/4 Stars

The book was very insightful. The author shared a lot of useful information that would be very helpful to everyone with post-traumatic stress disorder. I also liked that the author did not treat PTSD as a sickness but made it seem like a chance to reflect and grow.

Review by Sarah

4/4 Stars

I recommend this book to persons who have PTSD since it will enable them to embark on a journey of self-healing. Persons who wish to know more about PTSD will also find this book valuable since it contains numerous pieces of data on PTSD.

Review by Kehinde

4/4 Stars

This book was very fantastic, and the plot blew me away. The plot was unpredictable and suspenseful, which was a pleasant surprise. The book was also educational in all its aspects, as it clearly explained how to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, particularly from her first-person perspective.

Review by Nwadinso Michael

4/4 Stars

The author did a good job of using understandable words to explain facts. One vital thing that the author talks about is the manipulative attitude of doctors and psychologists.