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Survive: Then Thrive: Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress

Updated: May 6

5 Star Review

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Editorial Book Review:

By Adrianne Miller

Peggy Onlock provides a profoundly intimate and reflective narrative in "Survive: Then Thrive: Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress," which bravely faces the difficulties of having post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In her universe, where vulnerability and resilience meet on the path to recovery, Onlock welcomes readers inside her honest storytelling and emotional insights.

This narrative delves deeply into the human condition, going well beyond narrating individual events. The emotional depths of trauma and its significant effects on mental health are revealed in Onlock's honest and unvarnished story. She sheds light on the universal themes of struggle, survival, and ultimately transformation via her own life.

The unique quality of "Survive: Then Thrive" is Onlock's skillful and compassionate handling of the difficulties of PTSD. Her story fosters empathy and compassion by forcing readers to face their own prejudices and preconceptions regarding trauma. Onlock breaks down boundaries and encourages readers to start their own journeys of self-discovery and healing by revealing her personal problems and victories.

The acclaimed author of "The Art of Feminine Negotiation" and "Out of Darkness," Cindy Watson, appropriately acknowledges the impact of Onlock's autobiography. Her compliments center on the author's "heart-centered exploration" and the transformational power of facing one's inner problems. Readers are not only shown Onlock's tenacity via her story, but they are also encouraged to face their own challenges with compassion and bravery.

"Survive: Then Thrive" is a monument to the resilience of the human spirit and the transformational ability of narrative. Anyone interested in learning more about the intricacies of PTSD and the arduous path towards recovery and self-discovery should read Peggy Onlock's story. Onlock's story touches readers deeply and gracefully, empowering and enlightening them long beyond the last page.

About the Author

Peggy Onlock

She was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She has always loved writing from the time she was in grade school to this day. It has allowed her to share her thoughts, dreams, and even her most difficult moments in a way that helped her make sense of them all. It's been therapeutic and enlightening for many years now.

Her interests over the years have included history, arts, political science, philosophy, criminology and topics that explain life and give it meaning. Over the past few decades, her life has found meaning through volunteering and community involvement. She loves being part of our global community and find strength in sharing their stories.


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