Essay on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ( Ptsd )

1136 Words Feb 5th, 2016 5 Pages
Being in combat is one of the toughest things one can ask of a person, yet people enlist voluntarily. War is draining on every person that is involved, whether they are on sight or a family member praying that their loved one is safe. War is draining on every person that is involved, whether they are physically there or just a worried family member, praying for the safety of their loved one. Not only is war strenuous on people while they are gone, but during post war they uncover the same struggles and feelings faced while in combat. This painful mental condition is called Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Unfortunately, many Americans face this dreadful illness everyday. PTSD is an effect of almost all-veteran post combat violence, climbing number of suicide rates, tearing families apart and has dramatically increased since World War II. PTSD is a leading cause for almost all veteran violence, their climbing number of suicide rates, tearing families apart and has dramatically increased since World War II (Still would reword this, seems like a very important sentence in your paper and that you want to accomplish a lot from it, but you might be trying to do too much with it, whip it. .Although, as of recently, awareness has been raised about this disease. People battle their emotions everyday to live a normal life because of the terrible events they have lived through. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder enables people that have been in high (highly stressful)…

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