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Self-Help Books for PTSD

Learn about self-help books that may be helpful in addressing symptoms and behaviors associated with PTSD.

Choosing the Right Self-Help Book for You
You may have noticed that there are many self-help books available for people with PTSD. How do you choose which is the right one for you? In choosing a self-help book, you have to be careful. This article presents some information on what to look out for in choosing a self-help book for PTSD.

Self-Help Books for PTSD
The symptoms of PTSD can be very difficult to cope with, and as a result, they can greatly interfere with a person's life. In addition, in an attempt to cope with PTSD symptoms, people sometimes develop a variety of unhealthy behaviors, including substance use, deliberate self-harm, and other impulsive behaviors. Fortunately, there are some resources out there for people seeking help. A number of…

Book Review: Freedom from Self-Harm
Learn about a new book for people struggling with deliberate self-harm called Freedom from Self-Harm: Overcoming Self-Injury with Skills from DBT and Other Treatments

Book Review: Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life
A new workbook based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is available that may be helpful for people struggling with PTSD and other problems. Learn more about this excellent resource.

Book Review: Overcoming the Trauma of Your Motor Vehicle Accident
Motor vehicle accidents are very common, and it has been found that almost 50% of people develop PTSD following a serious motor vehicle accident. "Overcoming the Trauma of Your Motor Vehicle Accident" is an excellent workbook for people coping with the trauma of a motor vehicle accident.

Book Review: The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide
Many people with PTSD also have borderline personality disorder (BPD) and PTSD is common among people with BPD. Fortunately, there is a new book that can provide help for people struggling with BPD, The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide, by Drs. Alexander Chapman and Kim L. Gratz.

A New Workbook for People Suffering with PTSD
The symptoms of PTSD often prevent people from leading a life that feels important and meaningful to them. Thoughts, memories, and emotions may feel so unbearable that a person with PTSD may try to avoid them at all costs. A new workbook for people with PTSD provides a guide for how someone can increase the extent to which they are living a life that feels valuable and meaningful.

Self-Help Books for PTSD
There are many self-help books on PTSD available; however, some may be more helpful than others. Share your review of self-help books on PTSD, and read others' reviews.

Book Review: Many Faces of PTSD
"Many Faces of PTSD" is a book by Susan Rau Stocker. This book is an excellent resource for anyone who struggles with PTSD, has a family member or loved one with PTSD, or treats people with PTSD. You can learn more about this book in this article.

Book Review of "The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety"
The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety is an excellent resource for anyone who struggles with the experience of anxiety, including people with PTSD. Learn more about what this workbook offers in this article.

Book Review of "The PTSD Workbook"
The PTSD Workbook is an excellent self-help workbook for anyone struggling with the symptoms of PTSD. Learn more about this resource in this article.

A Website for Finding the Right Self-Help Books for You
This article presents information on an excellent on-line resource if you are looking for self-help books for PTSD and other difficulties that you may be experiencing.

Acceptance-Based Self-Help Books
Acceptance-based self-help books differ from traditional cognitive behavioral self-help books in that they focus particular attention on how to increase one's willingness to experience uncomfortable emotional experiences as part of living the life you want to live. In this article, several self-help books that may be helpful for PTSD that take...

Review of the Skills Training Manual for Borderline Personality Disorder
The Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder is a Dialectical Behavior Therapy workbook that presents coping skills that may be very helpful for someone suffering from PTSD.

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