Free eBook Vietnam Wives: Facing the Challenges of Life With Veterans Suffering Post-Traumatic Stress download
by Aphrodite Matsakis
Author: Aphrodite Matsakis
Publisher: Sidran Press; 2nd edition (May 2, 1996)
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Subcategory: Mental Health
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Vietnam Wives: Facing the Challenges of Life With Veterans Suffering Post-Traumatic Stress. From Publishers Weekly.
Vietnam Wives: Facing the Challenges of Life With Veterans Suffering Post-Traumatic Stress. Matsakis, a Veterans Administration psychologist who has counseled Vietnam veterans since 1975, here presents a practical handbook for women whose mates are still haunted by "the other woman whose name is Vietnam.
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by Aphrodite Matsakis.
The book explores the many changes encountered by traumatized veterans and their families as they face the difficult developmental stage of mid-life: retirement, the "empty nest syndrome," becoming grandparents, and, in many cases, separation and divorce
Journal of Traumatic Stress. Vietnam wives: Facing the challenges of life with veterans suffering post-traumatic stress (2nd e.
This book is about trauma and relationships, about how being traumatized as the result of violence can strain existing relationships and make it difficult to feel close to others. The book can help you learn, step-by-step, how to slowly reconnect with others, not as you did before you were traumatized but as you are now, with real limits and real trauma-related reactions which, until now, have severely hampered your ability to enjoy the company of others. Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Next, the book takes up the practical aspects of life partnered with a man in a high-risk profession Matsakis has over thirty-five years of experience working with veterans, abused persons.
Next, the book takes up the practical aspects of life partnered with a man in a high-risk profession. These chapters deal with issues like sex and sexual deprivation, role overload, self-care, and children's fears and concerns.
By (author) Aphrodite Matsakis.
It explains the nature of PTSD and describes the healing process.
The United States has sought to compensate military veterans for service-related injuries since the Revolutionary War, with the current indemnity model established near the end of World War I. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began to provide.