·Reach out to help.
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A person with PTSD may need to talk about the traumatic event over and over again. This is part of the healing process, so avoid the temptation to tell your loved one to stop rehashing the past and move on. Instead, offer to talk as many times as needed. And remember, it's okay to dislike what you hear. Some of the things your loved one tells you might be very hard to listen to. But it's important to respect their feelings and reactions. If you come across as disapproving, horrified or judge...
in loving memory of my hero SSG. Daniel B. Becker who lost his battle November 12, 2013 he was stationed at Fort Campbell, KY until he went to Drill Sergeant school in 2009 and because a drill sergeant at fort leanard wood, MO he is loved and missed so much. he had PTSD/TBI and many other things. Deborah misses you
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Army Sergeant California Dave Sharff. Lost his battle on Friday July 31, 2015. California was a member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard where he served a tour in Iraq and a tour in Afghanistan. Iraq tour 2008 to 2009. Afghanistan tour 2009 to 2010. You are the love of my life. Rebekah