Having a sound and reasonable understanding of the power of our thoughts and how the mental processes really work will help you better understand what is going on in your head. With that knowledge you will understand how stilling the thoughts will enable you to overcome depression and PTSD. For many years as a volunteer councilor at a VA facility the author has helped many people that were suffering with depression and PTSD overcome their affliction using the techniques and information presented in this book.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN AS YOU TAKE CONTROL THROUGH BEING STILL.
How traumatic memories and thoughts of depression become overwhelming.
Where they begin and how they become intrusive because of your attention.
Why thinking or talking about the thoughts doesn’t rid you of them, it feeds them.
BY BEING STILL YOU WILL BEGIN TO FEEL HEALTHIER WITHIN A FEW DAYS.
You’ll learn that you can overcome depression, PTSD and suicidal thoughts. You can learn how to let go of the thoughts and stop feeding them by refusing to think or talk about them. You can refuse to give harmful thoughts a place in your mind without suppressing them and doing so is a critical part of the healing process.
By refusing to give traumatic and depressing thoughts a place in your mind you also deny the emotional forces, the stress and the strength of any influences that those thoughts or experiences have been bringing into your mind and into your life..
LEARN FROM SOMEONE SPEAKING FROM A PLACE OF EXPERIENCE.
The author began volunteering as a peer support counselor, because he knew the challenges he faced as a returning combat veteran. In his experience a clinical approach alone isn’t enough. Endless therapy, medication, meditation and learning another coping skill is not enough.
This work will teach you things that you may never have considered. Because of his knowledge and personal experiences, the author is uniquely qualified to teach and to address the issues you are faced with in a way that will help you to overcome your depression, PTSD and thoughts of suicide through your own efforts.