Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Community
Kyle, Texas (July 11, 2017) - Coral A.J. Gibson, Bachelor of Allied Health and Business Owner, released an eBook on July 4, 2017, titled The Salience of Guilt, Self-Blame, and Hopelessness in Combat Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Her eBook was edited by Dr. Dana Leighton and published by Pronoun Publishing.
A member of the Kyle Chamber of Commerce, Coral A.J. Gibson is also a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. She aims to empower the masses with the knowledge of pure therapeutic ketones for brain health by holding local educational workshops. By releasing her eBook, she hopes to impact the lives of military personnel and first responders by demonstrating what they are up against and providing resources to make recovery more efficient and beneficial.
“I find it my life’s purpose to impact the community in a positive way. This eBook serves to help active military and veterans as well as those who have a connection, such people,” said Gibson. “Posttraumatic stress disorder is a diagnosis many in society are misinformed about, and I feel it’s my duty to educate people on the reality of the situation. We need to help our veterans and active military fill their role in society again and find satisfaction in their social and personal relationships.”
Originally written as a research paper for her Social Cognition class at Hendrix College, Gibson’s eBook explores the psychological phenomena behind the presence of guilt, self-blame, and hopelessness in those struggling with PTSD. Gibson anticipates the release of an expanded edition with additional research in December 2017.