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A journey to hope : healing the traumatized spirit / Michael W. Langston, Kathy J. Langston.

By: Langston, Michael W [author]Contributor(s): Langston, Kathy J [aut]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Silverton, Oregon : Lampion Press, (c)2016Description: xi, 208 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781942614142; 1942614144Subject(s): Columbia International University -- Faculty | Veterans -- Mental health -- United States | Post-traumatic stress disorderLOC classification: U22.3.J687 2015Online resources: Copyright permission request form. | Copyright permission request form COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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"Eternal father, strong to save, whose arm dost bind the restless wave" "Protect the one we love at home" "O hear us when we cry to thee" "For those in peril on the sea" "Our brethren shield in danger's hour" "Most holy spirit who didst brood upon the chaos dark and rude" "And bid its angry tumult cease" "And hushed their raging at thy word" "Protect them wheresoe'er they go" "And give, for wild confusion, peace".
Summary: The tragedies and traumas of war are enormous and the consequences of it change forever the lives of those who return as well as the lives of loved ones and friends of those who do and do not return. For many veterans the psychological battles continue long after combat deployments end. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder significantly affects many people and is not limited solely to war trauma. In this volume of hope and healing the authors recount their ongoing journey to hope. In an intensely personal yet broadly applicable discussion of PTSD, Mike and Kathy Langston provide encouragement and hope for all who struggle with the ravages of PTSD or who love someone who struggles with it. This is a powerful story proclaiming that recovery is possible and that the past need not control the present or the future. ~ AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Journey-Hope-Healing-Traumatized-Spirit/dp/1942614144/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9781942614142&qid=1597858516&s=books&sr=1-1
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"Eternal father, strong to save, whose arm dost bind the restless wave" "Protect the one we love at home" "O hear us when we cry to thee" "For those in peril on the sea" "Our brethren shield in danger's hour" "Most holy spirit who didst brood upon the chaos dark and rude" "And bid its angry tumult cease" "And hushed their raging at thy word" "Protect them wheresoe'er they go" "And give, for wild confusion, peace".

The tragedies and traumas of war are enormous and the consequences of it change forever the lives of those who return as well as the lives of loved ones and friends of those who do and do not return. For many veterans the psychological battles continue long after combat deployments end. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder significantly affects many people and is not limited solely to war trauma. In this volume of hope and healing the authors recount their ongoing journey to hope. In an intensely personal yet broadly applicable discussion of PTSD, Mike and Kathy Langston provide encouragement and hope for all who struggle with the ravages of PTSD or who love someone who struggles with it. This is a powerful story proclaiming that recovery is possible and that the past need not control the present or the future. ~ AMAZON:

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Michael W. Langston, DMin, is Professor of Chaplaincy in the Seminary and School of Ministry at Columbia International University in Columbia, South Carolina. He retired after 36 years of service (30 active) in the U.S. Marine Corps (infantry officer) and the U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps receiving a diagnosis of severe PTSD after his tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. Mike is a graduate of the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Bethel Theological Seminary, and the Naval War College. He is currently completing a PhD at King s College, University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland. Kathy J. Langston, PhD, teaches professional communication at the University of South Carolina. A native of Greenville, South Carolina, Kathy embraced military spouse life and enjoyed her ministry with Navy and Marine Corps spouses. She taught university religion and English courses to military students for over fifteen years. Her degrees include: Doctor of Philosophy in English, Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Bachelor of Arts. The Langstons are parents of three children, two of whom are in college and one who is a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) in the U. S. Navy and is married with two children. Kathy and Mike have been married over thirty years.

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