“Which Way Is Your Warrior Facing – An Operational Manual for Veterans and Current Serving to Transition into Civilian Life”
If You Want To Unload Your Burden And Transition To Civilian Life In An Emotionally Healthy Way, Then, This Guide Is For You!
In Book 2 I move away from a sole focus on the Claymore (the destructive impact to self and other) and focus more on the complexities of the Transitioning process. I explore constructive ways to understand the challenges facing you and support you to combine the best qualities of both the Warrior and the Civilian.
The “Bite sized Wisdon for Transitioning Warriors” at the end of the book can inspire and support you in these moments of change and challenge. I have also included Book 1 in this new and dynamic book. Consistent with Book 1 is my use of Operational language and tools as foundation of all tools, insights and strategies.
During my own time with the Rhodesian military, I saw and felt firsthand how difficult it can be to leave the soldier’s mind-set behind. I realized that we had been forever changed by what we had seen and experienced. After years of practicing constant vigilance and readiness, we were emotionally exhausted.
I discovered that many soldiers would either turn their “claymore mine” inward or outward. Inward meant swallowing all the emotional turmoil until they couldn’t take it. Outward meant releasing that turmoil in front of others. Both situations were unsustainable and toxic.
Let me show you how to unload your burden in an emotionally healthy way. You can lean on your loved ones for support without pushing them away or causing them pain. I’ll help you to get rid of the claymore entirely and find better coping mechanisms to ease the transition to civilian life. I’ll support you to orientate your Warrior. I have dedicated my psychological career to helping others make the transition and now want to share my findings and techniques with you.
In this book I’ll show you how to:
· persevere when civilian life becomes overwhelming;
· begin with small changes;
· embrace the uncertainty of your new life;
· identify the psychological techniques and tools that can help you cope;
· refrain from making others carry your emotional burden;
· ask for help when you truly need it;
· tolerate different kinds of emotional discomfort;
· keep moving forward;
· stop letting your impulses get the best of you;
· refrain from blaming yourself or others;
· take the time to enjoy the good moments when they come; and
· approach new or existing relationships and transitions with clarity and self-control.
I keep my book practical and I translate important neurological concepts into simple operational terms. I want you to understand that you can still embody the qualities of a warrior in your civilian life and you can use the lessons you learned during combat to grow and change. I’ll help you leave the soldiering life behind and finally lay your burden down.
I also wanted to create a free resource for all. It is far more dynamic, creative and I hope engaging and inspiring. Again just a reminder that included in this is also my first book. Thank you for taking the time to journey through the book.
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