Memwars – A Story of Survival


“Why can’t I be like everyone else,” I’m always asking myself. Simple events like driving my car, meeting new people, or even making “easy” day-to-day decisions are constant dilemmas for me. Hypervigilance takes over because I swear that same car has taken the same turns that I have. Sheer distrust in nearly every human being has me on the verge of being downright reclusive. And sadly, constantly second-guessing my own judgment makes it diffi cult, if not impossible to make choices. PTSD is a constant reminder that I am not the same happy-go-lucky So-Cal girl that I was 11 years ago. A couple of tours of duty to Iraq have made me a changed woman. After over a decade of self-denial, I fi nally began the journey to get the treatment that I so badly needed. I want to share my story – of the person I was, the person I became and the person who fights every day just to make it to the end of the night and do it again the next day. I figured maybe, just maybe, there’s someone else out there who’s like me. Someone who needs to know that they aren’t as alone as they might think.

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Wendy Rodgers served in the United States Air Force for over 10 years in the Security Forces career field. Like so many other enlisted members, she joined to start a new chapter in her life, and of course, to proudly serve her country. A single mother and honorably discharged from the service, Wendy Rodgers decided to pursue a lifelong passion and attended cosmetology school. It was while she was pursuing her cosmetology license that Wendy rediscovered her love of writing. The total contrast of strict and structured life versus a newly-found laid-back civilian life was the recipe needed for her memoir. In her spare time, Wendy enjoys hanging out with her gremlin (son, Andreas), reading, baking, playing The Sims, angry cleaning, and trying to remember why she walked into any given room. Contact Wendy Rodgers at https: // or on facebook at https: //

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Dimensions 6 × 9 in



6 x 9


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