The other side of reason: A journal on PTSD

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Petra Books, Aug 1, 2016 - Psychology - 234 pages

A journal in recognition of the passengers whose lives were changed forever in a tragic bus-train collision and in memory of those who died. 

“David Gibson’s reality was altered in a moment on September 18, 2013. His eloquent and poignant requiem chronicles his efforts to re-orient himself to a world whose boundaries and reference points abruptly disappeared…he chronicles his experiences in a way that helps us understand the hidden struggle of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.” — Dr. Larry Cebulski, clinical psychologist.

 

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User Review  - Alyson-Fitsimmons - www.librarything.com

This is a journey for Mr Gibson after having a dramatic event in his life. It was nice to see how this played out as we traveled along. Having had this myself I was wondering how he coped. The poetry was unusual but hard for me to understand. I enjoyed reading about this very personal journey. Read full review

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User Review  - Kimmyd76 - LibraryThing

This journal is like no other! The poetry brings something extra to the ability to know the writers true feelings and thoughts. The emotional journey a person can go through after a traumatic event is ... Read full review

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About the author (2016)

 David Gibson is an executive director of a community health centre and has worked in the field for over twenty years. He is an alumnus of Brock University and Carleton University.  Whenever possible he enjoys being at the lake with family and friends.

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