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170 War PTSD & Recovery – First Person – Violet

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War, PTSD, and Recovery – First Person Accounting From Childhood

The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.

~ Ernest Hemingway

Lily Violet, , is the 30-year-old author of the book, Cinnia’s Storybased on her own life story of overcoming PTSD from a war zone childhood. She is a professional chef with over 15 years of experience, but most exciting for her, she is a mother to a beautiful baby boy. Lily was born in a small Eastern European country but immigrated to Australia in her early 20s and that abiding past war trauma forces her to keep anonymity intact.

A Refugee Reports Specific PTSD Challenges

From a very young age, she found herself trapped in a war zone, living day to day in fear for her own life and the lives of her family. Unfortunately, the war not only took away her childhood but the life of her grandfather, as well. Years of trauma created a serious PTSD, traumatic life experience.

Lily has experienced repeated life struggles, including surviving two wars, being bullied through high school and in the workplace, suffering numerous health issues, to being a victim of domestic abuse. But these tragedies have only made her stronger.

Lily currently resides in Sydney with her husband and enjoys spending all of her time with their new baby boy. Becoming a mother is one of the greatest gifts in her life and her greatest accomplishment. She comes to our CBJ group with remarkable experiences from a catastrophic life, to report on trauma and recovery.

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Thanks

Until next time, thanks Lily for joining us here at CBJ to review the challenge we face when the Reality of PTSD turns a more painful narrative in our lives.

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Thanks, Lily for your encouraging observations on how persistence, and determination, with an improved perspective, can improve one’s options.

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Our Next CoreBrain Journal Episode

171 Michael D. Lewis, MD is an expert on nutritional and holistic interventions for brain health, particularly the use of omega-3 fatty acids for the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). He founded the Brain Health Education and Research Institute ) in late 2011 upon retiring as a Colonel after a distinguished thirty-one-year career in the US Army.

His pioneering work in the military and since has helped thousands of people around the world and is regularly featured in the media, including CNN’s Sanjay Gupta, MD show, and numerous radio shows and podcasts. A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point and Tulane University School of Medicine,

Dr. Lewis is board-certified and a fellow of the American Colleges of Preventive Medicine and Nutrition. He completed postgraduate training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University, and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. He is currently in private practice in Potomac, Maryland. Listen up for his informed perspective on both brain injury and prevention.

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1 Comment

  1. Glendora Consoli on 05/27/2018 at 8:17 PM

    170 War PTSD And Recovery – First Person – Violet

    […]When life goes effectively, it can present itself each time stress or a peace-threatening occasion crops up.[…]

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