Facing the Wall: A Mission Mary King

ISBN: 9781413480979

Published: April 27th 2005

Hardcover

160 pages


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Facing the Wall: A Mission  by  Mary King

Facing the Wall: A Mission by Mary King
April 27th 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 160 pages | ISBN: 9781413480979 | 3.42 Mb

This is a story of my own familys struggle to return to normalcy after my husband returned home from the Vietnam War. In an unadorned way, I present the way I felt and how as a family we coped with the unknown. Unknown is the best way I can describeMoreThis is a story of my own familys struggle to return to normalcy after my husband returned home from the Vietnam War. In an unadorned way, I present the way I felt and how as a family we coped with the unknown.

Unknown is the best way I can describe what I felt, it was only after 20 years that we were told the issue was PTSD.Perceiving right or wrong, in reference to war, is not my call - this is for our elected officials. But, when our veterans return from battle, it is the responsibility of our nation to help them adjust after war. These veterans and their families must be given all the help necessary to return to a normal existence.Facing the Wall is a riveting account of how the Vietnam War affected one American family.

There is a certain indescribable feeling which all of us who served there will always carry with us. For some of us it is easier to deal with. For those who experienced greater trauma the feeling is deep, sometimes to a point where it is debilitating. Mary King, without any attempt of conjuring up any appearance of self pity, has captured the impact that post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has had on her life and those of her family. Jerry AlbertIt was my pleasure to read this manuscript as it was being born.

As Mary finished each chapter-I read and wanted more. The story is about the inner workings of an American family trying to adapt and keep it together. My husband is a Vietnam Vet also. Through Marys words I saw correlations in my own life and finally understood. In reality this is a true love story.with a twist. Mary Lou CanfieldAs I began reading the story, I became so interested in what happened next that I found it difficult, at times, to put the book down.

It is a wonderful story of love, frustration and down right courage by everyone involved. Carolyn Bruno. A compelling, page-turning story of an American family affected by a national issue. Ellen Albert Till war and trauma end - understanding must begin.

Mary S. King



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