PTSD after active duty. A Marine’s story.

May 07, 18 PTSD after active duty. A Marine’s story.
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A Marine’s story

PTSD after active duty happens to many of our brave military personnel. As we’ve discussed in a previous article Your Mind Must be Weak to have PTSD, the condition is not a result of a weakness but a mind that has been damaged and traumatized by extreme violence and grief. Military personnel  having witnessed war and battle often have a hard time adjusting to civilian life. Make the Connection shared Bill’s story about transitioning from the Marines to school and his PTSD diagnosis after serving in Vietnam. Click Here to read he full article.

 


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External Resources

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National Center for PTSD

US Department of Veterans Affairs

Maryland Veterans Affairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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