Funfair mum Claire Danter combats PTSD with ebook writing
MAM from a happy and successful family has taken her experience of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to create a children’s book.
Claire Danter, author Claire Carey, wrote Nelson’s Funfair Holiday a year ago, after he started writing as a way to help after his arrest.
Ms. Danter, 46, and James’ husband and sons James Jnr and Jonathan were part of the reopening of Barry Island Pleasure Park in 2015 and spent three seasons.
His Indian brother Danter, who showed the book, was born in Newport, moved to Caldicot and grew up traveling around South Wales with his parents in Caldicot, Abergavenny, Cwmbran, Newport, and Cardiff.
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Mr. Danter said: “My journey of writing and writing is an old story of turning into hopelessness.
“I started writing as soon as I attacked – it was an unexpected brutal attack by another woman.
“After the devastation, I started suffering from PTSD.
“I went to the hospital several times, how could I have PTSD?
“I did not make progress.
“My doctor told me that it only takes one traumatic event or one minute when you believe your life can be lost.
“PTSD is a very serious psychological disorder.
“I would not love anyone.
“It has taken me over two years of my life to get somewhere close to normal and even now I am not the same person.
“The registration was an escape I wanted.
“Writing has helped me get better right now and I would recommend this to anyone with PTSD.
“Even though I have PTSD scars, it is still there.
“Now writing is just my habit and I did well to have a printed book that I received.
“It’s a success.”
“My encouragement came when my nephew came on vacation while we were on our trip, which reminded me of how fun it is at the stadium.
“I decided to write about Nelson’s Funfair Holiday – a story about a boy who goes to live with his aunt who is having fun.
“This story gives the children an idea of what it is like to travel and grow on the playground.
“For my children I think they should have all the experience in their lives to develop their mind to prepare for the whole world.
“Travel in public places is part of our heritage in the UK and in Europe.
“With our history, we are who we are and we all have a role to play in doing this, whether you grow up in an unfair environment or not.”
The Danters came from Brynmawr.
Goff Danter, an artist, was able to give India advice and advice by explaining the book, which is the first of its kind in pencil painting under the trade name of Romayne Art.
Mrs. Danter also has another book underneath her.
This is my theme with My Social Media, and a short and interesting story about the darkness of social media and how a good family can change. ”
“I am very happy with this book,” he added. Everyone who reads it tells me that he can’t write it before he finishes it. ”
Nelson’s Function Holiday costs $ 7.99 and is available on Amazon and Waterstones.