Writing this book was therapeutic and helped me learn that to transcend mental and emotional trauma requires that one sit in silence and solitude with personal wars.
MESA, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 02, 2015
As Americans sound off about the critically acclaimed movie "American Sniper," a dialogue about the hard truths concerning wars and those who fight in them is surfacing across the country.
In his autobiography, "Sitting in the Flames: Uncovering Fearlessness to Help Others," Dr. John Edwin DeVore describes his experience while serving in the Vietnam War, as well as his search for inner calmness after the war ended.
“Writing this book was therapeutic and helped me learn that to transcend mental and emotional trauma requires that one sit in silence and solitude with personal wars,” Dr. DeVore said.
By detailing his path of escape from emotional suffering, Dr. DeVore hopes to be an inspiration for others to take one step at a time and uncover peace of mind, purpose, and connections created on a foundation of compassion.
“This work can stir compassion in family members of combat veterans and inspire them to reconnect with loved ones who may have chosen not to sit in the flames of their combat experiences and personal Vietnam wars,” Dr. DeVore said.
For more information, visit http://www.JohnEdwinDeVore.com.
Sitting in the Flames: Uncovering Fearlessness to Help Others
By Dr. John Edwin DeVore
ISBN: 978-1-4917-4437-6; book is returnable through Ingram’s distribution
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Xlibris, Exclus1ves and Kalahari
About the author
Dr. John Edwin DeVore graduated from West Point with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a master’s degree in religious studies from Naropa University, as well as a master’s degree in business administration and a doctorate degree in human communication studies from the University of Denver. He has an associate’s degree in business from the Golf Academy of America, and has recently published Golfer’s Palette: Preparing for Peak Performance. He served eight years in the U.S. Army, including two years of combat during the Vietnam War. DeVore’s civilian career spanned 27 years as a corporate executive and consultant. He is a spouse, father, grandfather, golfer and pianist.
For review copies or interview requests, contact: Jennifer Uebelhack