Military Mental Health

Struggle Well: Thriving in the Aftermath of Trauma

May 1, 2018
Lioncrest Publishing

Struggle Well offers hope by encouraging readers to embrace struggles rather than fighting against them. We share actionable strategies for achieving Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) and for making peace with the past, living in the present, and reaching for a better future.

The Struggle Well book held in a hand

Your struggle may come in different forms, and be given one of many different names, such as anxiety, depression, addiction, and/or PTSD. No matter how much you or a loved one is struggling, or what it is called, one thing is almost certainly clear: you aren’t living the life you desire or deserve. Still, there is hope. By embracing the struggle, rather than fighting it, you can stop surviving and start thriving.

Struggle Well is a superb account of how two highly respected thought leaders are shifting our view of combat trauma from one of disorder and dysfunction to one of evolution and growth.
Dr. Bret Moore

Ken Falke and Josh Goldberg train combat veterans battling PTSD to understand and achieve Posttraumatic Growth (PTG). PTG helps you discover opportunities from times of struggle, and this book provides actionable strategies for making peace with past experiences, living in the present, and planning for a great future. Through Ken and Josh’s work, thousands have transformed struggle into profound strength and lifelong growth. Now it is your turn. It’s time to learn to Struggle Well.

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Struggle Well Worksheets

Use these resources in tandem with their corresponding lessons in the Struggle Well book.

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