Book Review: Losing the War in Vietnam But Winning the War to Reclaim My Soul

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Losing the war

For those soldiers who have sacrificed so much for their country and have returned from war battling PTSD, this is a must-read. The author, Mr. Frank DiScala offers invaluable advice and contacts for Veterans with PTSD to get the help they need to rebuild their lives

It’s a must-read for every caring American.

Our military give so much and returning to civilian life after war is a painful struggle. They leave the war but the war doesn’t leave them.

Author’s Summary:

“As I was sitting in the VA Hospital thinking about committing suicide, I never thought I could recover. From the despair of not wanting to live, I have been able to rebound to a point where all I can think about is how to help our soldiers not to become a suicide statistic. This amazing transformation happened because of my faith, family, and friends.”

As Frank DiScala was in that dark pit of despair, he decided to make a covenant with God; asking God to extend a helping hand. God did so in his own way and on his own time table by sending him a lifelong friend to guide me back to life. Now life is precious, and this book is a reflection of recovery.

Check out the book on Amazon