POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
(PTSD)
More and more people are realizing that PTSD can effect anyone, not just war veterans.
It's possible that almost any traumatic event could trigger PTSD.
The illness shouldn't victimize those who suffer from it,
And/Or victimize those who come in contact with the sufferers.
PTSD should be treated for what it is.
A health condition which was triggered due to a traumatic event(s).
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One Way Or Another,
It Will Help A Love One
Some People Look For Answers,
While Other People Look For Excuses
And Still More... Just Don't Care...
Few People Want To Face The Pain,
That Causes Them To Act
The Way,
They Act.
Because Of This,
Therapy Is A Sign Of
Strength
Not Weakness.
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"Dear Vietnam Veteran" Letter
"Welcome Home" Vietnam Vets
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Among Military Veterans
by
Tom Williams, Psy.D.
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The Etiology of Combat-Related
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
by
Jim Goodwin, Psy.D.
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