PTSD doesn’t just happen in the front lines | Errol K. Catanes

Photo of man in military uniform. The difference between combat and non-combat PTSD is irrelevant. Whether you are in the front line or behind it, everybody serves.
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This article on non-combat PTSD is the latest update in what I feel is one of my most poignant works to date. While the sources are still outdated, the content is still relevant, and I tailored the article to be more SEO-friendly. Click here to read the original in its entirety.

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