PTSD Bookclub: Introducing *The Evil Hours*

4 thoughts on “PTSD Bookclub: Introducing *The Evil Hours*”

  1. Heavens to Betsy! Those are some doozies of rejections. Love to you

    On Thu, Nov 11, 2021 at 2:05 PM Virginia Eubanks wrote:

    > virginiaeubanks posted: ” We are born in debt, owing the world a death. > This is the shadow that darkens every cradle. Trauma is what happens when > you catch a surprise glimpse of that darkness, the coming annihilation not > only of the body and the mind but also, seemingly, of the w” >

  2. Sarcastic dismissals are not appropriate when talking about or living with PTSD. Even soldiers can find it impossible to get the help and understanding they and their families need when faced with this terrifying condition.

    M

  3. Women in particular have been told so many times not to talk or write about things: abortion, miscarriage, intimate partner violence, breast cancer, the list goes on. The world is a better place because women have refused to stop talking and writing about them. PTSD is of the same nature. Don’t stop. You are right and they are wrong.

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