The other side of reason: A journal on PTSD
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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Alyson-Fitsimmons - LibraryThing
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
LibraryThing ReviewUser 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