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Diana Martin Discusses PTSD In Her New Book, A Couch Named Marilyn
By: A Couch Named Marilyn
Unemployed, bankrupt, and brutalized by the attack, Diana tumbled into the hell of post-traumatic-
A Couch Named Marilyn: My Big Fat Mess Called PTSD is the story of an indomitable woman who, with courage, uncanny humor, and saintly embrace of Marilyn (the couch so named because of its seductive curves), climbed out of the abyss of PTSD and into the next chapter of her life.
A Couch Named Marilyn (BellaVista Publishing House) arrives May 2 and is available on trade paperback (ISBN: 978-0-9961103-
States Kirkus Reviews, "Having fought off one robber, Martin also had the 'overpaid thieves' of Wall Street ruining her prospects...Martin commits to fully tracing the difficulties she faced. This is that rare inspirational book without a trace of pink-cloud saccharinity. Remarkably honest, powerful, and vivid."
Diana Martin is a writer and artist, which she says translates into having worked a long series of second and third jobs. Diana now lives in Massachusetts with her family and two cats after spending 27 venturesome years in Alaska and several critical ones in Austin. She was born and raised in the Albany, NY area.
A Couch Named Marilyn
Bryan R. Adams