What Families Need To Know About Combat PTSD

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PTSD can be difficult to deal with but families need to know how to help their veterans once they’re back at home. A veteran’s family and friends can lend tremendous help in the struggle with PTSD. They can act as the first line of defense, or the first wave of help when things start to go bad.

Without a network of support from family and friends, a veteran suffering from PTSD can feel more alone than ever.

This video will inform and educate friends, family members, and loved ones on how they can support their veterans. Our brave veterans has risked, sacrificed, and given so much for the rest of us, it is our duty to be there for them when they need it. They have certainly earned it.

After you watch the video, be sure to share it with the rest of your friends and family to spread the information. You might never know what an incredible difference it could mean. Veterans, we’re all here for you!

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