This article, from Friday’s New York Times, describe the value of veterans turning to writing. And just as it can be valuable for the veteran, so it can be for veterans’ spouses and children.

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  1. Thuy, December 4, 2013:

    Thank you for this website. It great.

  2. carol lukasiewiczc, January 17, 2014:

    I have just discovered,that I have ptsd. I am a child of a Korean war veteran. My father ran away from home and joined the army. He had his 18th birthday over there. He returned, got married. Had four children with my Mother.
    No one knew it at the time,but my daddy had ptsd (He had it big time.) He never really came out of the combat zone. He use to shut all the Windows in our house, so the neighbors couldn’t we us scream. I know that my Father does not remember those rampages,but I do. I am now on my 2nd life on this earth journey. I am almost 55 years old. I hope this little piece can help someone-you are not alone. I was a 9 year old little girl in combat(in a living he’ll),but I am still here. I AM A SURVIOR AND NOT A VICTIM. There is hope and a future for you and I.

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