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Timothy Kendrick

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Timothy Kendrick is a Retired Army Combat Veteran who served in Panama, Somalia and Operation Iraqi Freedom.  According to Timothy Kendrick, “I began my career as a military policeman with the 61st MP Company in the early 80’s, switched to Combat Medic and then to Broadcast Journalism in the 90’s.

Featured in Time Magazine (and several other media outlets) for his work in Somalia in 1993 he has taken the pains of war and tragedy and transformed myself into someone who empowers others. I work with Veterans, Athletes, and Entertainers all over the world helping them to overcome their own personal challenges while rebuilding their lives.”  Timothy Kendrick is the author of PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door; Wide Asleep; Start Where You Stand: 10% of something is better than 100% of nothing; Your Other Self; and, Plant the Seed.


One reader of PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door said, “This book seems to have been written as a catharsis for a person who has been through hell. But, the author's simple, straight-forward self analysis touches every person who reads it. Kendrick has found a way to express himself that is quite profound in its directness.  If you have ever had a question about how to gain better control of your life, this book is for you.”


One reader of PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door said, it “is a fantastic book written by a "Joe" for "Joe's". It is written at the level any individual can understand. It is important to get the word out and educate individuals! When written by someone who has "worn the boots" so to speak, there is more of a chance military personnel will pick it up and read it and know they don't have to feel judged and alone because "someone else has been there too.”


One reader of PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door said, “This book is not just for those who suffer from PTSD; it is a great guide for anyone needing a little help working through negativity, fear and/or melancholy. While the author has no doubt seen horrific things, it is a comfort and inspiration to read such positive words of courage and triumph. Anyone who can function that well after such a level of trauma must know a little something about which they speak! Great tips for staying positive and not letting life get you down - I highly recommend reading this if you need a little reminder of those things from time to time.”


According to the book description of Wide Asleep, “Most people live their lives in a Wide Asleep state. Are you one of them? They react instead of create. If we do not control our thoughts, there are plenty of people and things out there who will. Thoughts and ideas are things in our subconscious and conscious mind that create who we are. Wide Asleep, Slumber No More by Timothy Kendrick provides ways to wake up your life by learning how to block the images, sounds, sublime messages that at many times assist in or contaminate our thinking. Our brain processes on the average only 15 bits of information per second. However, our subconscious mind processes 15 to 40 million bits of information in that same exact second! One of the many benefits Wide Asleep offers is better choices to stop the unconscious sabotage we receive and process. Learn to live wide-awake by focusing on the awareness of making the right choices.”

Wide Asleep
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PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door
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Plant the Seed
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Start Where You Stand: 10% of something is better than 100% of nothing
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Your Other Self
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One reader of Wide Asleep said, “I have purchase 9 of these books to pass on. Comments from others include "I didn't know other people felt this way." I feel the book can be helpful to anyone that suffers from depression or PTSD. For others it brings them a better understanding of family and friends that may suffer from these symptoms.”


According to the book description of Start Where You Stand: 10% of something is better than 100% of nothing, “Expectation of positive good things, bring positive good things as long as you are moving. I cannot stress enough to “act your way into right thinking”. If it is peace, success, money, whatever you want move like you already have it. Find a role model who has these things and carry yourself the way they do.”

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