Chronic PTSD in Veterans: A Public Health Crisis

When post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans goes untreated, it doesn’t just go away or fix itself. It becomes a chronic, far-reaching part of people’s lives, families, and communities. The chances of PTSD lingering and wreaking silent havoc are high, and often people don’t even realize they’re dealing with a chronic, progressive disease that canContinue reading “Chronic PTSD in Veterans: A Public Health Crisis”

Our Hurting Vets and Their Hurting Wives

Even though 48 to 55 percent of people with PTSD also have depression, little is known about why the two disorders are so closely related and how they change over time. If you’re married to a veteran with PTSD and depression, this is the last thing you want to hear. You want answers. You wantContinue reading “Our Hurting Vets and Their Hurting Wives”