New Book Offers Glimpse Into PTSD Effects

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War veteran Glen Elmer remembers his search for peace in ‘I was Lost but Now I'm Found’

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According to, an estimated eight percent of Americans suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) at any given time. PTSD occurs in people who have experienced severe trauma such as war. Glen Elmer sheds light on the ordeal that war veterans go through in “I was Lost but Now I'm Found” (published by WestBow Press). This new book not only offers a glimpse into the psychological effects of war, it tells a story of finding hope and healing in the face of overwhelming odds.

Elmer has plummeted into depths not commonly experienced by most people. As a Vietnam War veteran, he has been haunted by the trauma he was exposed to as well the war that raged inside him once he returned. At his lowest point, he reached out to God and found the love, comfort and forgiveness that only Christ Jesus can provide.

“I was Lost but Now I'm Found” is a poignant and ultimately inspiring account of Elmer’s life before and after the war. It reflects the power of the Lord throughout those challenges in life. It is a riveting suspense-filled biography that will bring tears of sorrow and tears of joy. Ultimately, it is a triumphant testament of faith, courage and the indomitable human spirit.

“I was Lost but Now I'm Found”
By Glen Elmer
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781512749168
E-Book | 66 pages | ISBN 9781512749151
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Glen Elmer is a Vietnam War veteran.
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