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The Reality of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Times of Conflict

Author Tim Segrest invites readers the reality of PTSD and its effects in “Reflections of PTSD With My Perfect Flaws”


Author Tim Segrest penned his first book, “Perfect Flaws;” it was a bit both interesting and uninspiring. After a year of witnessing grisly happenings as a Special Forces sniper. The events are trivial in some sections of the book that are at the same time compelling and engaging.

The author candidly expressed the difficulties in dealing with PTSD that may affect brain activity. In his opinion, he declared that this disorder is incurable and resonates with the expression, “get over it,” and the conversation changes drastically.  Poetry was not the main point of the book; it is more focused on self-help and picking yourself up if a (PTSD) episode occurs. It is primarily to lift up and emotionally reinforce other veterans to aid themselves. It was challenging and medications are not a guarantee of relief and other external factors to heal mentally.  Just like any skirmish, one needs to be independent and has the will to live and survive; self-reliance is the key.

The book also covers topics in non-combat scenarios such as in college classroom sessions and on a daily life basis. The author pointed out that we are not in conflict and we must move on, guide people having this type of complex that may trigger harmful outcomes. Even the most simple of daily problems may still trigger the past, something we can’t avoid or tolerate while trying to blend in with the majority. With the help of this book, one will discover the methods of self-healing, that is intuitive enough to overcome life’s crisis. The author made sure that the reader will be able to reflect and follow different workarounds that will lessen, ease, and cope up with this malevolent disorder.

Grab your copy today and experience how to combat PTSD in a self-pacing and non-invasive method.

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Reflection of PTSD With my Perfect Flaws
Author: Tim Segrest
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date:  November 2020
No. of Pages: 219
Book Genre:  Poetry
Target Audience: Veterans and their families, or people wanting to learn about PTSD

About the Author
Tim Segrest was born in 1962 in Whittier, Ca. and graduated high school from la Mirada high school in 1980. He worked in drafting for a few years prior to joining the military in 1983 in pipe layout and design. He first joined the Air Force but was not happy as a jet engine mechanic, so he switched to the army by way of an interservice transfer. Tim was trained as a sniper and was medically boarded out in 2004 due to his back. He started writing in 2004 and started writing poetry and graduated to novels a few years after that. He has been married three times and currently living in Yuma, Az. with my third loving and supportive wife. Tim has been diagnosed with Acute PTSD, among other things such as degenerative spine disease.

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 My Perfect Flaws

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