James Monroe Johnson
This is a 'how I did it' book on surviving PTSD, and how the author coped with various symptoms, and could be very useful for other veterans. The author explains, in vivid detail, just how he did it, how he managed to work in various fields, even jobs for which he had no experience and losing them all due to not being able to control his anger. Detailing some statistics that are worthwhile to veterans suffering with PTSD, this book is a must-read and could be a guide to good living with those symptoms. Johnson goes into detail, on a number of subjects, known to problematic for veterans with PTSD, and he explains a series of steps to take, enabling the average veteran with PTSD to live an above-average life.