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Healing the Warrior Heart: A Glimpse into the Hearts of Combat Veterans and their Supporting Loved Ones features poems and short stories by Marine combat veteran, Andrew R. Jones, and over a dozen other veterans and veteran families. The words spark inspiration into the hearts of those needing to heal and provide validation to those who think they are alone.


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Healing the Warrior Heart: A Glimpse into the Hearts of Combat Veterans and their Supporting Loved Ones features poems and short stories by Marine combat veteran, Andrew R. Jones, and over a dozen other veterans and veteran families. The words spark inspiration into the hearts of those needing to heal and provide validation to those who think they are alone.

33 review for Healing the Warrior Heart: A Glimpse into the Hearts of Combat Veterans and their Supporting Loved Ones

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marice Hill

    I enjoyed this book more than expected. Coming from a country that does not express it's patriotism with quite the same passion as America and doesn't have the same military mindset, I wondered if I would be able to relate to this book . Andrew Jones poems are truly touching and give an amazing insight of the heart of those who suffer from PTSD after returning from war. I found the contributions by Andrew and others inspirational. While we may not all agree with the reasons for going to war, the I enjoyed this book more than expected. Coming from a country that does not express it's patriotism with quite the same passion as America and doesn't have the same military mindset, I wondered if I would be able to relate to this book . Andrew Jones poems are truly touching and give an amazing insight of the heart of those who suffer from PTSD after returning from war. I found the contributions by Andrew and others inspirational. While we may not all agree with the reasons for going to war, the affects that it has on those that do are real and can be severe and they deserve all the support and understanding that can be given. In some ways it is almost a relief to know that soldiers do not go into their job and come back without the things they have done touching them, it is just sad that they don't get the recognition of this once back in the civilian world.

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