This book is for you if you love someone with PTSD and you are not sure if you should continue that relationship. Whether you are married, living together, or simply dating, you have important choices to make.
Post traumatic stress disorder is a serious relationship challenge. It makes you want to leave him, but makes you feel guilty for abandoning him. Post traumatic stress disorder can be temporary. Or it can drag on for years. The underlying trauma may have irrevocably changed the one you love and that changes your relationship. You do not want to walk away from love, but is the love still there?
This book will help you avoid some big mistakes. It will you show the signposts that indicate if the relationship can be salvaged or if it is already over. It will give you the right questions to ask yourself and a few unique ways of assessing your relationship.
We all deserve love in our lives. This book was written to help you figure you if the love you have now is the love that is right for you.
About the Author
The only thing I ever wanted to be when I grew up was a writer. (Except for a brief period when I was three years old and decided I would be a fire fighter because I really wanted to drive that fire engine.)
My parents read to me every day. Children's books, of course. But poetry and bits of the classics, too. Story time was my favorite part of the day.
Left alone to play, I enacted elaborate dramas with my stuffed animals. I told my dolls stories while I jumped on my bed. For some reason, the plot lines flowed better when I was jumping. (For the record I no longer do this. My knees are not as forgiving as they used to be.)
When I was five, I was so obsessed with stories, that I was even willing to give up my play time to go to school. My parents promised I would learn to read, so it seemed a fair deal. My plan was simple. Once I could read, I would not have to wait for someone else to read to me. Best of all, I could learn anything I needed or wanted to know. I figured I would not even have to go to school anymore. Brilliant!
That is when I learned that life does always follow your plan.