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Author clearly has no understanding of PTSD

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Reviewed: 21-01-2020

The author obviously has no understanding of PTSD. To suggest that people who get it focused on the negatives and not the positive outcomes of the trauma, is ludicrous and an insult to so many who have served. PTSD is not comparable to people who have benefited from trauma. PTSD is the subconscious brain defending itself/reliving it. Someone can have PTSD and still grow from their trauma at the same time. Unbelievable how this even got published. I couldnt continue after that as it completely discredits everything else he has to say. This is a disgrace.

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Must read

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 13-10-2019

Absolutely worth reading. Personally I'm young and have no debt or mortgage, but this was a great resource for the future, and an even better resource for passing on to my parents.

Very helpful

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Reviewed: 02-09-2019

My only bother is that sometimes the female sounds more like a news reader than like shes on a podcast. Very helpful in itself though

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Nostalgia

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 02-09-2019

This is a great short book and it brings some wonderful nostalgia with it. I recommend.

Amazing

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Reviewed: 12-07-2019

Wow! A must read/listen to. I had no idea how much of a traumatic childhood Hannah had. I learnt a little about myself by listening to this.