On one fateful flight, the engine of a Boeing 727 exploded just five feet away from Nattanya at 6000 feet altitude. The plane plunged 4000 feet, and she thought she was going to die. This is the tragic event that caused Nattanya to experience serious mental health challenges. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy, written by H. Nattanya Andersen, is simply a non-fiction masterpiece.
Nattanya became a flight attendant at the age of twenty-five. She experienced several traumatic accidents during her career as a flight attendant in a major North American airline. However, after the near-death experience she had in the Boeing 727, she is diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. The author is treated by psychiatrists who were being paid by the airline. After a while, she terminated the therapies with the psychologists because they were not working in her interest. Luckily, she has an epiphany, and she decides to embark on a journey of self-recovery. Nattanya engaged in comprehensive research on post-traumatic stress disorder. She obtained information which she used to heal herself. This book is a must-read!
I really love how detailed this book is. Nattanya extensively investigated the subject of this work before penning this masterpiece. Her experience with post-traumatic stress disorder for many years contributed to the depth of this book. Nattanya proffers an integrated solution to post-traumatic stress disorder. Her solution consists of philosophical, spiritual, and scientific principles. Despite her personal experience with post-traumatic stress disorder, the content of this book is not based on that experience. Nattanya created this work using and referencing the works of prominent psychologists, scholars, scientists, spiritualists, and philosophers.
This book exposes the rot in the mental healthcare system. Nattanya shows how the conventional methods used by psychiatrists are destructive to their patients. She stipulates that the mental healthcare system is designed to protect the interest of big corporations. The author is obviously livid with the mental healthcare system, and this can be perceived in her tone. However, I must applaud her for being objective in her exposition. She presents both her opinions and objective facts. Startling revelations are divulged in this publication which will greatly benefit victims of post-traumatic stress disorder. For example, Nattanya reveals that post-traumatic disorder is not a mental illness, but it is an existential crisis. I found only one error in this book; in my opinion, it is professionally edited.
This book is a gem. I did not observe any deficiency as I read through the publication; hence, I rate it 4 out of 4 stars. I highly recommend this book to anybody that is going through post-traumatic stress disorder.