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Diary of a Vet's Wife, Loving and Living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

This true-live account of author, Nancy MacMillan's, marriage to the love of her life, a Vietnam vet, leads to unexpected consequences as he struggles with PTSD. Shattered by nightmares he doesn't recall and pain he refuses to share, she becomes entangled in a web of secrets and fear. Despite her paralyzing anxiety, her unyielding love for her warrior husband only strengthens her desire to save him from self-destruction

About the author:

Nancy MacMillan's memoir took sixteen years to write and is the first book to show the day to day struggles of an ordinary family living with the chaos of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Compelled to write this love story, she wants to honor her husband and the thousands of forgotten warriors who laughed and loved and cried as we do with plans and dreams of their own. In August 2013, she received a letter of commendation for her book from our First Lady, Michelle Obama.

Read more: http://blogofavetswife@blogspot.com

 

Veterinary Life

February 3, 2014 - 9:34am

Great article, I was looking for an article about veterinarians but I'm still happy I got redirected to this article. Good story, I salute the veterans.

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