Civilianized

Civilianized

A Young Veteran's Memoir

Book - 2016
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Houghton
After twelve months of military service in Iraq, Michael Anthony stepped off a plane, seemingly happy to be home - or at least back on US soil. He was twenty-one years old, a bit of a nerd, and carrying a pack of cigarettes that he thought would be his last. Two months later, Michael was stoned on Vicodin, drinking way too much, and picking a fight with a very large Hell's Angel. At his wit's end, he came to an agreement with himself: If things didn't improve in three months, he was going to kill himself. Civilianized is a memoir chronicling Michael's search for meaning in a suddenly destabilized world.


Baker & Taylor
After serving in the Iraq War, the author shares how difficult it was to readjust to civilian life while suffering from PTSD.

Baker
& Taylor

A young veteran's account of returning to civilian life while struggling with PTSD describes the addiction and trauma that caused him to contemplate suicide, tracing his search for meaning in a profoundly destabilized world. By the author of Mass Casualties. 20,000 first printing.

Publisher: San Francisco, CA :, Pulp,, [2016]
ISBN: 9781936976881
Characteristics: 192 pages ; 22 cm

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