"We Still Can Love"
PTSD to Love is a secret journey people do not realize they are experiencing but once you realize your past is not against you, you can live knowing you are not the only one coming to this realization. Life is worth living!
From the Author
What makes 'A Love Story to Remember special? It reveals core realities of early beginnings that makes us the person we are and can become. She reveals the heart of men who love women who survived dysfunctional experiences. The love revealed in this book is about trying to do the right thing especially when it comes to sex. When you experience the loves Leona Tillard is allow to experience, you will find it is not easy to determine best love or even destined love. PTSD is now PTS - not a disorder but a conscious awareness of life. This book is unity of sexuality and spirituality. You will not forget it.
‘A Love Story to Remember’ reveals the intrinsic realities of our need to love and be loved.
There is something about hearing the words, ‘I love you’ that enriches our lives even though its meaning is endless.
Leona Tillard, a soldier of the United States Army, woke up one day drowning in the sea of love. 'I love you' ruled her life.
She knows God loves her, but she does not know who He has chosen for her to love.
Sometimes God speaks through others to reveal answers we seek. Are you chosen to reveal her true love?
5 Star Review:
Leona Tillard joined the Army so she wouldn’t be a burden on her parents. She knew giving the Army three years of her life would be an escape from memories of her past and a challenge that would stretch her physically, emotionally and spiritually. Was she ready?
I arrived at Fort McClellan, Alabama early in the morning. It was more than 90 degrees outside. As I stepped off the bus, the first thing I noticed was how clean it was. There wasn’t a scrap of trash anywhere.
Every single person there, except for us, the new arrivals had on Army green fatigues. The entire group was ordered to line up so each one of us could be accounted for. Considering there were over two hundred of us it took a while. There were very few males; females seemed to dominate the base.
After we were checked in, we lined up and received our duffel bags and other army stuff I had no clue what to do with it. After issuing us the heavy green duffle bags, we were given our unit assignment. I was assigned, along with thirty-nine other women, to Charlie Company. The others were assigned to Alpha, Bravo, Delta, and Fox Trot Companies.
“All right, soldiers, line up in two’s and follow me,” shouted Drill Sergeant Dunlap.
We followed our leader to our barracks. Her uniform fitted her like a glove, and it was obvious she didn’t take any mess. Our over-packed duffel bags were slung awkwardly on our backs, while we carried our personal belongings in our arms. By the time we made it to our new home we were all sweating and panting from the long walk.
Inside the long room there were two bays, each with two rows of bunks. The first instruction we were given was to make up the disheveled bed we would be using for the next eight weeks. All of us were exhausted. Some girls just burst out crying and started saying they wanted to go home. We were subjected to over an hour of needless torture and mind games ranging from, how to correctly fold a shirt to how to wax a floor with a sanitary napkin on our hands and knees.
Basic training was an experience I will never forget. All forty females in the barracks were awakened at five o’clock in the morning, every morning. We jumped out of bed and had to be in formation by six o’clock. We marched everywhere we went, whether it was the chow hall or to the track to run laps. We were like one big family in green.”
‘A Love Story to Remember’ by Linda Diane Wattley is a fictional love story about life, the need for love, redemption, and personal internal survival. The Author draws from her own experiences as a veteran in the United States Army. Even in this fictional account, Linda demonstrates the inner strength to overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and find a path to recovery.
I encourage you to read all of Linda’s books and engage with her through her online television show, ‘The Truth Will Set You Free’ by TLBTV. This platform and the Liberty Beacon Project has proven to be a powerful beacon of light. Linda is available for speaking engagements, book signings and interviews. She lives to do God’s Will. Linda Diane Wattley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I endorse this book and all of Linda’ s endeavors to help PTSD survivors. Reviewed by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).
Product Details: Paperback: 282 Pages Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (August 17, 2019)
Amazon Print: https://www.amazon.com/Love-Story-Remember-LindaWattley/dp/1950454657/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=Linda+D+Wattley&qid=1567722172&s=books&sr=1-3
From the Author
What makes 'PTSD to Freedom: No More War Within' special? This book is written by two authors, Linda Wattley and Bill Sumner, two veterans who came together with simplified perspectives and techniques to create a guide for anyone suffering with the aftermath of trauma. People living with PTSD will find a sense of bonding and acceptance of being OK and worthy of love and capable of giving love. For sure, you will discover you are not alone.
When you experience traumatic experiences that alters your emotional and psychological foundation, you begin to experience a very personal and fragile meltdown. While all of this is happening, your body diligently works to save your life. You survived the initial shock, now the aftermath, yes that personal and dreadful aftermath. Now what?
5 Star Review:
'PTSD to Freedom - No More War Within', will tell you to pick up your bed and walk because you are the captain of your ship.
Authors Linda Diane Wattley and William Sumner are veterans of the United States Army. They teamed up together to write this extraordinary and unique book because they both have a heart for people suffering with PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. It was obvious to them that if the male and female perspectives and resources were joined together that it would have a profound impact on the world. What they offer is powerful because the truths automatically empower the readers. No doubt, the truth will set you free!
Keep in mind, PTSD is no respecter of persons; you, me, a child, soldier, parent, friend, spouse, lover, doctor, judge, police officer, neighbor, and even a minster can be suffering with PTSD. The good news is that it does not have to be a life-sentence. 'PTSD to Freedom - No More War Within' is about having complete control of your outcome and allowing your greatest self to shine.
We owe a debt of gratitude to our United States men and women who serve or have served in our armed forces. This book's contributing authors all served in the United States Army.
I am sure that you are familiar with the term PTSD and perhaps it has wreaked havoc on your life or the life of your family member, friend or acquaintance. Are you familiar with the term PTSG or NLP?
I encourage you to read this book and glean the information that will help you on your journey out of PTSD and give you tools to help others along their journey.
~ Cyrus Webb, Media Personality/Top Amazon Reviewer
All of us are going through challenges in life, and for some it might feel as though you're on a battlefield each and every day that you open your eyes and try to make it through the day. Fortunately for us, we have examples of individuals who have been able to not just recognize areas of trauma in their lives, but take steps to alleviate that. Linda Diane Wattley and William Sumner are such examples, and their book, PTSD TO FREEDOM, allows you to know how you can do the same.
This is a journey that will take time, effort and most importantly honesty with yourself, but the end result is one that will give you peace and allow you to realize that a more fulfilling life is possible for you. Don't allow what has occurred in your life and around you to keep you a prisoner of war. Avail yourself of the help PTSD TO FREEDOM offers and look ahead towards the future with hope.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back author Linda Diane Wattley to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new book co-written with William Sumner called PTSD TO FREEDOM (No More War Within). Joining Wattley is Bryan Hemmer of The Inevitable You.
HEART OF A SOLDIER
Linda D. Wattley I just wanted to share with you a conversation I had with a woman last night who recently lost a family member (a soldier) that I knew.
The woman relayed that her nephew, whom the family believed had PTSD, was tragically taken from the world and the family is trying to come to terms with that disease, his loss, and how it affected him.
We talked for a good while and I brought up your book 'PTSD to Freedom: No More War Within'. I told her how PTSD affected you, your family, and those loved ones around you. We talked about how PTSD is a silent disease that is largely misunderstood. I then let her know about your book and how it helps those understand a lot of what the disease is and how it effects all; not just the one who may have experienced a tragic event.
She asked for info on the book and I gave it to her. She was very thankful that I took over an hour of my time to talk with her and not just brush her off.
Today, she called me and said they ordered your book and look forward to another conversation with me after they finish reading it.
Linda, your book has been a blessing to many and it still continues to reach many in their time of need. I can not thank you enough for writing the book about PTSD and helping a lot of people to understand more on this silent disease.
Advocate for our soldiers
I LOVED SOMEONE WITH PTSD
THEY ALL HAVE PTSD
Linda Diane Wattley with Artistfirst - The Universal Reality PTSD is universal.
'Soldier With a Backpack revised to PTSD to Freedom: No More War Within'
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