“Which Way Is Your Warrior Facing – An Operational Manual for Current Serving and Veterans Transitioning into Civilian Life”
If You Want To Unload Your Burden And Transition To Civilian Life In An Emotionally Healthy Way, Then, This Book Is For You!
I began by writing a book, a simple book that would be informative and useful. However, along the way, what came to me was to create not just a book that would invite you to “turn the pages” but a process that would create opportunities for self-reflection and that this, over time, would become a record of your journey.
“Which Way Is Your Warrior Facing” invites you to read and digest what you have read as well as pay attention to what it means to you. It invites you to pay attention to your thoughts, feelings, and memories. It invites you to document and map out your process as you navigate your way through your transitioning territory.
This book may have begun with what I wrote, but it will ultimately become the book you and I have written together as a team. Your book will allow you to go backwards and forwards through your process and reflect on how your journey of transition changes and evolves to meet the variations of your territory.
This book will, in the end, become your map and compass of your life. It will be your story, not mine. It will be something that you can share with selected others, whether it be through conversation or reading together. It has the potential to move from my book to your book and then the book that others around you can contribute to in the process as you invite them in.
Remember that a good patrol is determined by the knowledge of the map you carry, your internal compass (your values and judgement), the resources you equip yourself with to manage and survive, and, most importantly, the presence of others in your group or Tribe. The rules remain the same—teamwork, knowledge, and the willingness to take the first step.
As with any good journey, or patrol, travelling with others can increase capability and effective completion of the mission.
This book, is therefore, your Mission.
You can read an introduction to my book on my blog by clicking here.
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Philip Haggar says
I’d like to read this to help a friend of mine from the days of C Squadron
Leah Zartz says
I read your previous eBook that you sent me, and I found it very useful. I find it useful not only for returned soldiers, but also for other people who suffer from PTSD because of other types of trauma. I would like to learn more about the work that you do with veterans who suffer from PTSD.
john witte says
i would be interested to share with my psyc