He Survived. His Friends Didn’t.

When it comes to my veteran husband’s PTSD, there’s one symptom that haunts him more than the others. It follows him into his dreams and pounces without warning. Some nights it’s all he can talk about. What hurts him the most is his survivors’ guilt.

18 Reasons I Love Being a Veteran’s Spouse

Being married to a veteran with PTSD isn’t always a smooth ride. My own marriage has been scarred by depression, secondary trauma, and alcoholism, but I’ll be honest with you: these problems weren’t always my husband’s fault. I dragged plenty of my own humanness into this relationship. That being said, I love being a veteran’sContinue reading “18 Reasons I Love Being a Veteran’s Spouse”