Sleeping With The Enemy

(PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Alfonso Gamble Sr.


Book Details

When Alfonso Gamble returned home from his military service commitment, it was to a country trying to heal from the Vietnam War. However, Sgt Gamble and other like himself found that healing wouldn’t come easy. He was eventually diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, and after years of medical help and counseling for PTSD, he became a writer not only to help himself but also to help others in their healing process. Sleeping with the Enemy is a thoughtful guide to help those suffering from the effects of PTSD and trauma—written by someone who “slept with the enemy” for over 40 years. Learn to recognize the enemy in PTSD—its many different faces and its causes and effect—to help himself in hope to help other and their love ones. This book will motivate you to come out of the darkness and into the light—and its warm and healing words will remind you that you will never be alone again.


About the Author

Alfonso Gamble Sr.

Alfonso Gamble Sr. was born in Richmond, Virginia. In his senior year of high school, he was drafted into the Vietnam War, where he served multiple tours as an infantry combat soldier and received many awards, including the Combat Infantry Badge, a Purple Heart, a Silver Star, and the Bronze Star with the V device. After the war, he returned to Richmond, Virginia drove a city bus, and studied accounting at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. The father of four boys and two girls, grandfather of seventeen, and great-grandfather of fifteen, Alfonso is also the author of Looking at You, Finding Myself and MIA: Missing in America (Our Sons). His mission is to help others through the dark side of PTSD.

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