"In Service to Civilian: A Journey Through PTSD you will enter the mind of a combat vet who became a law enforcement officer after a tour in Iraq where comrades were killed and wounded. Policing the streets, he faces the balance between selfless service, integrity, bureaucracy, and the weight of the negative policing culture around him. All this while fighting ever-increasing depression and ultimately a PTSD incident that brought him to the edge of suicide. Join the author on his healing journey—and possibly embark upon your own."
“An honest and bold look at PTSD. Nathan walks the reader through first hand insight into the causes and effects of PTSD while giving those suffering a hope for their future.”
Retired Police Officer | 22 Years of Service
“Nathan Gould's book is a relatively short autobiographical narrative of a combat veteran's experience in Iraq, and transitioning home again. Gould's narrative is both raw and power..."
Robert J. Gregory, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry | Upstate Medical University Director | Psychiatry High Risk Program
"Before reading Service to Civilian: A Journey Through PTSD I already spent many hours on researching PTSD. I am close to a couple people that personally have PTSD. I however..."
Licensed Realtor | Lifelong Friend