VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, April 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Frustrated and angry, I wanted to immediately instill public awareness of the treatments associated with medications for patients diagnosed with PTSD; we both served together in the U.S. Navy for six years. So I wrote "Sister Surrendered" (an eBook and Paperback on amazon.com released April 12, 2014). It is a documented journey barely scratching the surface of the love between us. It's also an outlet for me to speak candidly and honestly about my struggles since Kelli's death. It is a love story turned tragedy, and now a mission. It's an exposure of one of the greatest healthcare failures killing Veterans and civilians today, and a cry for help to remedy the fiasco.
This memoir includes actual journal entries written by Kelli, destined to pull on the heartstrings of even the sturdiest. It's a book riddled with raw emotions that will pull you in, and by the end, undoubtedly have you empathizing with Kelli.
For more information/interview contact: Darla M. Grese
Cell Phone: (757) 692-9405
Book Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JMFPBJO
Darla M. Grese is a twin sister who lost her better half to side effects from prescribed medications. As a U.S. Navy Veteran, she is an advocate of Veteran X and Veteran Hope programs that address mental illness, PTSD, and unintentional addiction issues. Both programs are sponsored by the Veteran Affairs Medical Center and focus on Veteran recovery and independence. She raises money for Team Kelli and annually participates in the Out of the Darkness Walk at Mt. Trashmore in Virginia Beach (http://www.sos-walk.org/sos/
). While continuing to bring awareness to this cause, being a loving parent is her favorite passion and the main focus of her life. Darla's love for the arts has been expressed as a talented actress with appearances in The F.B.I. files, The New Detectives, Diagnosis Unknown, Wicked Attraction, Discovery Channel's The Haunting, and the movie Atlantis Down. She currently works full time as a respiratory therapist at a trauma center in Norfolk, Virginia.