A Chaplain’s Struggles With PTSD

From realwarriors.net



During Chaplain Dundas’ deployment to Iraq, he experienced combat first-hand while providing support to service members. He returned home feeling depressed, angry and disconnected from his faith, but with the support of his command, he received care for PTSD and learned tools and tips for coping with invisible wounds.

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