Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a mental condition that is triggered by terrifying events. In The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy by H. Nattanya Andersen who is a journeyer of PTSD shares the experiences she goes through and what she discovers about it’s treatment. During her research, she goes in-depth explaining what PTSD really is, what are the experiences and also some secrets about the treatments. So does one get her life back after the treatments? Or does the treatments work?
I love the book since it shades some light on what PTSD is, it’s symptoms, the different treatments and who are the most affected people in the society. I was glued to the book from the very first day. I was so curious to know all the events about PTSD and to say it it’s a deep-gripping and an educative book. It is so overwhelming to the journeyers as they go through a lot before their recovery and some take so many years to get better.
What is so moving about the book is the various steps to healing from PTSD. It all depends on the individual, his/her determination or persistence. This takes us to different research teams recommending different treatments depending on ones behavior.
One of the best part about the book is when it pinpoints that self-love is a step to recovery. We all know the power of self-love as it is a regard for one’s own happiness, taking care of your needs and most importantly processing your fears and learning how to overcome.
I would rate this book 4 out of 4 stars since there are no typographical errors. It is a very educative book full of useful information. I would recommend this book to individuals who are going through PTSD or if someone wants to learn about the condition.