More Soldiers Getting Care for Depression, PTSD

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  1. Principessa

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    More Soldiers Getting Care for Depression, PTSD:
    Participating psychiatrists optimistic.



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    Yes, you are blessed. I am a member of the military with PTSD. I thank you ma'am.
     
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    I'm sorry. Thank you for your service. :unitedstates:

    It makes me angry that there is so little done to help soldiers once they come home. Not just physically, but mentally. I don't believe that depression or PTSD mean you are weak. I think it means you have suffered a major trauma. You are still a strong person, it's not a character flaw.
     
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