PTSD Please Listen To My Story Author Curtis Butler is Today’s Honoree

PTSDbook Curtis Butler lll.  served his country from 1989-1991 and again from 2002-2007.  After serving his country Curtis  was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  One of the ways he found helpful in managing PTSD is by returning to school.

Curtis Butler enjoyed attending the University of Phoenix because he felt wanted there.  School inspired him to tell his story through the book he wrote entitled PTSD My Story Please Listen on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to bring awareness to the condition and his daily struggle. Click on the book cover to the left to order his book and support his cause.

Curtis Butler is getting the word out about PTSD and people are listening to his story. Recently he was featured on CNN and was a guest speaker at the T.I. Give Like A King Press Conference.

Here is part 1 of a 4 part video series of PTSD Please Listen To My Story. Click PTSD  to see parts 2-4.

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One Response to PTSD Please Listen To My Story Author Curtis Butler is Today’s Honoree

  1. Annette says:

    I am very happy for you and your PTSD recovery, however everyone
    is different and it’s not just a one thing fix’s all. Serious PTSD/TBi Veteran’s
    need counseling. This is what is wrong with so many Veteran’s that
    truly were physically injured and head trama are comparing to those that
    might not have PTSD. Just remember those reading this not all veteran’s
    have the same injuries. Good Luck to you Sir.

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