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Noise in My Attic free pdf "Noise In My Attic" is a true story of Bipolar and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder written by new author Phoenix Lee Tuttle. The book chronicles 10 years of her life from June 2002, when she was first diagnosed with both illnesses, through November 2011. "Noise In My Attic" was written to help other sufferers of either, or both, mental illnesses to let them know they are not alone in their struggle. Ten years of one trauma after the next, many incredibly bizarre and scary, scarred Phoenix Lee Tuttle as friends and family began abandoning her at each and every turn. She completely understands those not being able to share the events with family and friends, while she discovers those suffering with either of these illnesses freely open up to her, knowing what she has had to overcome. Phoenix Lee Tuttle firmly believes that talking about the diseases is not only helpful, but mandatory "to get through" (not "to get over") the events and begin the healing process. She is planning to provide a forum on her website: for those who want to share their stories of survival to others, anonymously or not. Her second book, "Life After Chronic PTSD. Is There One?" will be finished by the end of 2013. It will chronicle December 2011-Winter 2013, where another major trauma begins, causing another 18 months of pain and suffering as she encounters more insanity and abandonment throughout. "I just want people to have "someone" to listen to them, even if it is me. I traveled this journey alone, an no one should have to. I want them to know I am listening. My goal is to begin a "global dialogue" concerning Bipolar and mainly PTSD, for PTSD has been the one thing I have not been able to conquer. It simply changed my life and who I am. For good and bad. I want people to be able to not only talk about their own experiences (military or not), but to help those trying to find their way out of their houses, out from their bed covers, and away from the numbing technique of usi

About Phoenix Lee Tuttle

Phoenix Lee Tuttle grew up in the small southern Oregon town of Klamath Falls. An avid horseback rider, she showed her horses all up and down the West Coast. She earned her MBA in finance from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. She was in a pre-med program for a few years, and attended a nursing program in Las Vegas before suffering additional trauma, which led to her move to Hawaii. She currently lives on the island of Oahu.

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Author : Phoenix Lee Tuttle
Publisher : Outskirts Press
Data Published : 29 May 2015
ISBN : 1432762354
EAN : 9781432762353
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 180 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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