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020    1608829855 
020    9781608829859 
035    (OCoLC)857740852 
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100 1  Sayers, Steven L. 
245 10 Coming back together :|ba guide to successful 
       reintegration after your partner returns from military 
       deployment /|cSteven L. Sayers, PhD. 
264  1 Oakland, CA :|bNew Harbinger Publications, Inc.,|c[2014] 
300    xi, 188 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages [185]-188) 
505 0  The reunion: waiting for your partner's return -- When 
       your partner first returns -- Rediscovering intimacy -- 
       Who does what? -- Watching -- Making it work -- Helping 
       your partner redevelop relationships with the kids -- 
       Special challenges and getting support -- When do we go 
       for help? 
520    When a partner or spouse returns from war, it is a time of
       joy; but it is also a time of transition, challenges, and 
       uncertainty. The truth is that the process of 
       reintegration can last for years, and it can be a 
       particularly difficult time for both returning heroes and 
       their families.  If your partner has recently returned 
       from war, or if they will be returning soon, you should be
       prepared for the unique challenges that lay ahead. Your 
       loved one may suffer from psychological and physical 
       wounds, experience “battlemind,” a condition that leaves 
       them constantly anxious and on-edge, and they may even 
       have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). If they are 
       uncommunicative, you may feel like you are living with a 
       stranger, and struggle to recreate the bond of intimacy 
       you once shared.  In Coming Back Together, clinical 
       psychologist Steven L. Sayers offers real tools to help 
       you reestablish family routines and build a stronger sense
       of intimacy with your partner after a military deployment,
       even if they are resistant to help. The challenges of 
       reintegration can come as a surprise, but you can arm 
       yourself with the skills needed to face this difficult 
       time and help your partner build the resilience needed to 
       heal. This book will be your guide. 
650  0 Post-traumatic stress disorder. 
650  0 War neuroses. 
650  0 Psychology, Military. 
650  0 Veteran reintegration|vPopular works. 
650  0 Military spouses. 
650  0 Families of military personnel. 
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