Review by Anthonio042

Post-traumatic stress disorder could be the result of being on the receiving end of trauma. As many people have tried suicide as a result of PTSD, it is an overwhelming burden on one’s thoughts and emotions. Nattanya Andersen understands everything because she experienced the same issue. She was formerly a flight attendant and was involved in a terrible engine accident that devastated her life and left her despondent. PTSD dogged her and had a significant impact on her behaviour, mental health, and social interactions. Hence, in order to hasten her recovery, she surrounded herself with mental health professionals. Given the circumstances, will Nattanya be able to withstand her condition?
Prior to her traumatic event, Nattanya’s life appeared to be typical. She was a dedicated flight attendant who put her heart and soul into her work every time she was on the job. However, a life-altering event thwarted her aspirations. Having to deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, she decided to take her own life. Since she’s been through so much, her faith has been put to the test numerous times, and I can’t help but feel sorry for her. Furthermore, many of the ideas and suggestions in the book are critical to the survival and treatment of those who suffer from similar conditions, so I find all of these justifications to be positive.
The author tacked on a few superfluous sections to make the book longer, which I find disconcerting. Because the book’s purpose is to present a holistic approach to PTSD, all extraneous content must be discarded. She stated that her purpose was to address the disorder, deal with the symptoms and implications, and most importantly, raise awareness about how people with PTSD behave in situations, which she did, but in a more conflicted and indirect way.
Many theories and beliefs, such as those about spirituality, do not resonate with me, but at the absolute least, there are lessons to be learnt from this entire creation. Her tale will inspire everyone to keep going and never give up in the face of adversity. Because her book was written in a compelling style, I was intrigued by her excellence in the writing process. However, I’m giving it 3 out of 4 stars because of its length, including irrelevant information and grammatical errors.
The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy is beneficial to both teenagers and the elderly. Our generation’s mental health is a hot-button topic, and most people will be able to connect to the book’s premise. However, due to profanities and strong sexual content, this book may not be appropriate for young children to read.