LEWISVILLE, Texas, July 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --In PTSD - Passing Through Shadows of Death, Cindy
"I wanted the Veterans Administration to do right by my husband and every suffering veteran. We have a responsibility as a nation to care for our veterans, and I went public... President, Ronald Reagan called us. I thought it was a prank call when I was told the President wanted to speak to me after going to the Media about PTSD."
Thrown away into an orphanage as a toddler with three siblings for four years, Cindy and her younger brother were handpicked by an aunt and uncle to be conditioned to serve and obey all of the rules all the time or go back to the orphanage.
Later in her adult life, once again separated from the only family she knew Cindy was introduced to her husband a decorated war veteran, in the most unlikely of places for true love to be sparked, that lasted a lifetime. Her true accounts of their life together and the intervention of Faith into their marriage freed them to love completely until death they did part.
What awaits those who pass through the shadows of death, is serene freedom from their former life. This book is an essential read for everyone who lives with PTSD so they can learn how to live a life of freedom from it.
SOURCE House of Vann Books
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