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A Traumatic History
- A Unique Look at PTSD and the Dangers of Antidepressants
- By: Barclay L. Neel
- Narrated by: Barclay L. Neel
- Length: 8 hrs and 47 mins
PTSD, as the name suggests, is a stress disorder that follows a traumatic event or period of time where an individual is gripped by such terror and feelings of helplessness that it actually changes how their nervous system operates moving forward. This insidious, and far too often life-threatening disorder can arise from the aforementioned cases of war or sexual abuse, but it also can be set in motion by any and all other forms of psychological trauma.
Enjoyable and helpful! Reads like a novel but offers keen insights to PTSD.
- By E Mills on 03-18-17
Very captivating. I have dealt with a lot of these same issues and it is really interesting to see how the author makes sense of it all. Funny as well at times. Must read for people who have ptsd anxiety issues and for those thinking about taking antidepressants. Important book.
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