Once A Warrior, Always A Warrior

Once A Warrior, Always A Warrior

Navigating the Transition From Combat to Home--including Combat Stress, PTSD, and MTBI

Book - 2010
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With this book, Dr. Hoge reaches out to a larger community of veterans and their families, helping family members to gain greater understanding of ways they can help their loved ones navigate the "PTSD paradox" while also helping veterans cope with combat stress and PTSD through a set of specific skills.
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Lyons Press/GPP Life, c2010.
ISBN: 9780762754427
Branch Call Number: 616.85212/HOGE
Characteristics: xxiii, 303 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.


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Apr 01, 2015

Full of true stories, helpful exercises and healthy doable suggestions Dr. Hoge aims to help the warrior and their loved ones adjust and deal with the reality of an ever-changed life after war service.

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I learned a lot from this book and I think it has made me a wiser person.


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Apr 01, 2015

Pg 95-Skill 2: Learn to Pay Attention to Your Feelings and Emotions.
The terms feeling and emotion are used interchangeably in this book. Some therapists distinguish between these two terms, with feeling representing a more internal process, and emotion being the outward manifestation of the feeling, but for our purposes, they mean the same thing. Additionally, there are no positive or negative emotions. Emotions are emotions. Only the behaviors that stem from them are positive or negative.


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