Review by Maxpien Zen1

The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy by H. Nattanya Andersen is a non-anecdotal book that assists the reader with understanding PTSD according to the casualties’ perspective. It explains PTSD as a blessing, what PTSD casualties go through, how to recreate and get what the casualties need and need for them to remake. I had the opportunity to learn new things by perusing this book. For example, the casualty needs to develop Self-healthiness, cognizance, and wellbeing by embracing self-sympathy, compassion, order, persistency, and an uplifting outlook in the recuperation cycle.

I loved the ease of this book. There were no dull clinical terms. The author’s immediate experience gives this book a scramble of development. I saw that the maker’s upheld techniques for treatment might be viewed as unconventional. However, then we overall hold an alternative to our points of view. Regardless, tapping from my past data on PTSD, I found a considerable amount of her decisions satisfying.

This book is an incredible tool, and it helps PTSD casualties comprehend that they’re the only ones significantly answerable for their mending. This is because nobody, not even the absolute best specialists, will get what they are going through aside from themselves. The information gained from this perusing is extraordinary.

I would rate 4 out of 4 stars on this and I highly suggest The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy to specialists and experts in the field of brain research and those keen on examining brain research. Particularly, I urge brain science fans to peruse this book. Likewise, if you are determined to have PTSD or pain, I suggest you read this book and assist you with conquering it.