Army Nurse's Journey:
From PTSD to Powerful
Copywriting Success

Follow Pauline Longdon’s inspiring journey of resilience as she proves that every challenge can be overcome.

Learn how she defied the odds and found success while breaking gender barriers.

She also shares the surprising link between copywriting and playing a didgeridoo, along with essential advice for aspiring writers.

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Published: August 29, 2023

3 Responses to “Army Nurse's Journey: From PTSD to Powerful Copywriting Success”

  1. Great testimony!

    Wanda F Sewell

  2. Thank you for sharing your inspirational story.


  3. That was a tremendous testimonial. I admire women veteran's who spent so many years, met so many obstacles, both personal and stereotyped military myths and overcome them. As a former army nurse for only a short time, I know it was not easy gaining the respect of male counterparts. The training made a huge difference in all the women's lives. It gave us the confidence to break glass ceilings in other aspects of our lives.


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