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Name: Keith ArmstrongPen Name: None Genre: Born: Chicago, Illinois Sites:
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Titles At Your Library
Visual Pathways to the Inner Self
ISBN: 1879528177 Educational Studies Pr. 1996 This book, now in its second printing, uses intuition, insight, and creativity to offer a truly unique way of understanding Reflective Self Mentoring, for the purpose of self-development and the reduction of discrimination in society. Reflective Self Mentoring examines our feelings and why we have them it also shows that we all have answers within each of us, and the articulation of these answers can transform irrational and undesirable attitudes and behavior. Here is your chance to really understand yourself and how you relate to others.
Courage After Fire: Coping Strategies for Troops Returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and Their Families
ISBN: 1569755132 Ulysses Press. 2005
The bravery displayed by our soldiers at war is commonly recognized. However, often forgotten is the courage required by veterans when they return home and suddenly face reintegration into their families, workplaces, and communities. Authored by three mental health professionals with many years of experience counseling veterans, Courage After Fire provides strategies and techniques for this challenging journey home.
Courage After Fire offers soldiers and their families a comprehensive guide to dealing with the all-too-common repercussions of combat duty, including posttraumatic stress symptoms, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. It details state-of-the-art treatments for these difficulties and outlines specific ways to improve couple and family relationships. It also offers tips on areas such as rejoining the workforce and reconnecting with children.
“A crucial tool for the men and women who have been serving our country so VALIANTLY during these past years.”
—Senator Bob Dole, from the foreword
“This extraordinary work will help the men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan find the COURAGE to rebuild their lives and be successful.” —Honorable Anthony J. Principi, Former Secretary of Veterans Affairs