PTSD Silent Heartache

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The author of PTSD Silent Heartache suffers with this illness so can empathise with others who suffer in silence. Whilst in the Parachute Regiment initially he transferred to the MCTC Colchester gaining qualifications in stress related issues to help all Tri Service Personnel in detention. This short book will help sufferers,relatives and friends, to have a better understanding of this illness. More

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About Tony Kid Yarwood

I am a Army veteran and served in Northern Ireland during the troubles in the late seventies and eighties, Belize in Central America, the Falklands War and Sierra Leone.
After care of our brave servicemen and women, regular or reserve should be for life after serving their country; especially for those brave men and women who suffered life changing injuries or invisible illnesses such as PTSD. That said there are fantastic organisations that do help veterans including the veterans own unit, and they are very much appreciated for their hard work and compassion.
After serving in HM Forces all veterans should have the complete support from the Government - instead some face historical allegations of long gone battles when they are in retirement. This is a kick in the teeth considering what the government did concerning the Good Friday Agreement. They should stop such harassment from organisations who see pound signs as a way of making a living rather than the compassion and support a veteran should have when putting his/her life on the line! If veterans of today were treated in the manner in which the Falkland Islanders treated me when I went back to the Falklands in 2019 many veterans would be content. They treat veterans like royalty and make them feel so welcome. If we could collect the gift they have in bottles the world would be a better place.

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natalie baxter reviewed on on March 27, 2015

This book is a fantastic read. Its descriptive and gives a real insight into the mental illness of PTSD. Very educational and gives a full understanding of what PTSD is really like. Its great to read a book where the author is talking about a topic he knows alot about and this comes across in the book, which makes it a more interesting read.
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Herbert Broomfield reviewed on on Jan. 4, 2014
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I found this very informative and I hope helpful to the people who are suffering with the. Same symptoms but don't know why
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Gregg Moncrieff reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2014

Brilliant and inspirational.
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