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Questions Welcomed

You will inevitably have questions arise once you read, "The Camouflaged Heart". This is to be expected.  The troops had questions for me. I still have questions for me and I know that you will too. 

It is meant to be just one example of the many facets of TBI, PTSD, and trauma. My hope is that it will encourage people to not accept the status quo as the "end all, be all", but encourage others to explore what they've been through, to ask questions, and to seek out answers......even on the days when it is scary to recognize what you've been through.

Work with your doctors, counselors, therapists, and leaders. The best thing I did for my own recovery was to get involved in researching, discovering, and demanding answers for myself. I may not have mattered to a lot of people, but I had to matter to me. 

"The Camouflaged Heart" fills in the gaps of what I don't share on my blog and my blog fills in the gaps of what I don't share in the book. They have come to work together to help support others on their path and open up conversation about what it means to suffer, recover, and heal through these conditions.

There will be some future book talks popping up, in which I hope to meet those that have been faithfully following here at "Peaceful Warriors", as well as, those who have discovered the "The Camouflaged Heart".  Bring your questions and as always, I will do my best to answer them in the only way that I know how.  

Stay tuned and I will be letting you know where you can find me for book talks. Thank you again and I hope that what I've been encouraged to share is able to help you or someone you know on their path of recovery. 




























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the best essay on Friday, June 09, 2017 10:01 AM
In my opinion it’s good to raise the question about the things that are troubling you. In this way you will be able to have a better understanding of the thing that is being discussed. Also you will be able to clarify your mind by asking those questions.
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