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Battle Scars: A Story of War and All That Follows

Battle Scars: A Story of War and All That Follows

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However, instead of accepting my position and looking for ways to improve it, I pretended everything was OK. Today you are most likely to find him gracing our television screens and giving us a taste of action and adventure around the world. It started really slow, was hard to get used to Foxy's narrating, but after few quick chapters and no distractions this book just gets better and better. The rawness and openness about his struggles with overcoming depression and PTSD were incredibly honest and I appreciated listening to his journey. I hadn’t considered the drastic changes to my identity and day-to-day routines because I was scared to acknowledge them.

This book allows you to see into the mind of a man who is full of bravery and learn from him how to build and develop yourself more under stressful situations. While this might sound like a tricky process at first, one effective way to kick-start an episode of long-term change is to answer some pretty difficult questions – with unflinching honesty.

The Platinum Lounge offers a private bar with comfortable seating so you can avoid queues and relax before the show. You could have a team that works well in the workspace, and then all they want to do is disappear, and that’s fine. Raised on a 1980s council estate in Luton, teenage Foxy was leaning towards the wrong side of the tracks and recognised he needed to make some changes. Bloody hell, the process still plays on my mind because it was so painful, but if I’d avoided the tough questions I wouldn’t be around today. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed at our VIP entrance and taken to our private lounge and where we will have a complimentary drink waiting for you.

Jason takes us from his enthusiasm in joining the military, to his experiences in combat, to the failure of the dept of Defense in guiding him in his battles with PTSD. It would have been nice to see if there had been any change in this or amends made, instead of reading ‘my new girlfriend’ or ‘my partner then. I’ve heard of people whose successful businesses were ruined by a negative relationship with alcohol. The explosive life story of Special Forces operative Jason Fox, star of Channel 4's 'SAS: Who Dares Wins' and 'Meet the Drug Lords'.

In the closing stages of the book the author briefly mentions the trans-Atlantic row that, as part of his recovery, he successfully completed with four other remarkable men. I picked up the book about a month ago and didn’t read it until yesterday and since then I couldn’t put the book down.

You’ll go through all the nitty gritty of where you’re going to be carrying out the plan, when you’ll be executing it, and you’ll go around the table, giving them the opportunity to have a voice. Unlike most veterans autobiographies, mostly about their missions and near death experiences (good as they are) and this started no differently, Jason is equally candid about PTSD and depression that will undoubtedly help other sufferers - he had to narrate it and he did - top bloke. I liked him already after watching SAS: Who Dares Wins, but now I like him and respect him even more. It might be that some of the negative traits in our personalities require a little work, especially if we’re to avoid making the same mistakes again.It is a book where now I've read it I wouldn't read it again though but was definitely worth the read.

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