From a war view point, PTSD was commonly known as shell shock or battle fatigue. When people are in major traumatic events such as war,
this condition now known as PTSD can and will occur. As people try to adjust to a civilian life, it is nearly impossible. WHY ? Vets can not take
orders, can not trust anyone other than other vets, and they have a very hard time with relationships with men and women. Some factors are:
Guilt, Flashbacks, nightmares, deep depression, and stress. Certain smells, and loud noises trigger those factors. With the help of psychological
treatment and medications can be soften, but there is NO CURE FOR PTSD.
PLEASE, AS A MAN WITH PTSD, I AGAIN ASK YOU TO HELP VETERANS EVERY WHERE. PLEASE DO WHAT EVER IT TAKES TO SAVE THE LIVES OF
THE MEN WHO FOUGHT FOR YOUR FREEDOM AND YOUR RIGHTS...........THANK YOU VERY MUCH.