Not your typical PTSD


I do not have nightmares, or night terrors or that stuff. I dont believe my PTSD is from what ive seen but from what I’ve felt and dealt with post war. I was wounded 28 May 2007. I hit a IED and was knocked out with 10 stitches to the forehead, concussion, and bruising. I was lucky. I made it to tell my story unlike many Soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice. I didnt want to admit that this effected me mentally at all so I began self medicating with alcohol. As you will tell from my blog my ADHD will cause me to go back and forth between things so please bear with me. Eventually I would like to find a ghost writer to try and publish some of my thoughts.Therese Bailey maybe you would want to help? Lol.  


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