Combatant Veteran and Author Tyrone F. Reeves Releases New Book with Practical Solutions to Overcoming PTSD

Tyrone F. Reeves shares experience in new book

June 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Tyrone F. Reeves, currently a graduate student at Alabama A&M University, is a retired military combat veteran, author, and motivational speaker who is proud to announce his new book titled "What PTSD did to Me". The book talks about his experience with mental health issues, specifically PTSD, which came after 13 years in active duty service.

During his days in the military, Tyrone was deployed to Iraq 3 times within a 5-year period. Like Tyrone, many veterans are dealing with symptoms of PTSD from experiences while in combat. This book offers a perspective of someone who has gone through it and successfully overcome.

Every day, more than 130 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. With a rising prison population over 2 million, cultural awareness issues amongst law enforcement coupled with violence in cities like Chicago, has the nation's youth vulnerable to symptoms of PTSD. Some of the same trauma I experienced at war is sometimes replicated in the communities of our nation's youth.

Traumatic events amongst teenagers that can cause PTSD include violent assaults, including rape, fire, physical or sexual abuse, acts of violence (such as school or neighborhood shootings), natural or man-made disasters, car accidents. Mental health is an issue that needs to be taken seriously. PTSD is a set of symptoms - feeling jittery, sleeping problems, trouble concentrating - that someone develops after they experience something harmful, terrifying, or upsetting.

"What PTSD did to Me", by Tyrone F. Reeves is a book that discusses the experiences of an Non-Commissioned Officer in the Military, who spent years in one of the most violent locations in the world. Tales from collecting cans on the southside of Chicago to starting his first business (Candy Store) in the 3rd grade, Tyrone reveals everything in this cleverly crafted string of anecdotes.

This book will help loved ones of those suffering from symptoms of trauma (PTSD), by properly identifying these symptoms of trauma, it will allow a path forward to recovery. It offers awareness to industry proven outpatient treatments like Exposure therapy, Stress inoculation training and Cognitive restructuring. These methods are useful in non-medicated treatment plans for people trying to cope with a medical condition they don't understand.

For more information, please contact 256-683-8584, tyronehasinfluence@gmail.com, or visit https://www.tyronefreeves.com/.

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