Essay on Soldiers Suffering From Ptsd During Ptsd
Mrs. Weeks English 10 Pre-A.P. 25 April 2016
Soldiers Suffering from PTSD
Once you get out of the military you will more than likely get post traumatic stress disorder. You can find help in several different ways. A good way is to get a service dog that is trained to help veterans that are suffering with PTSD. ( In one of the articles it says that "This is where PTSD stigma has gotten our veterans 22 suicides a day" meaning that "Everyday 22 veterans take their own lives"). Service dogs do aid in the recovery for soldiers suffering with PTSD.
"After a traumatic experience, it is normal to feel freighted, sad, anxious,and disconnected. When it says feeling disconnected means, when you get back from the military you do not feel in place. You feel like you do not fit in and feel extra. Veterans or soldiers do not feel comfortable around other people really unless it is the people they were with the whole time. One of the reason they feel safe with other soldiers and veterans is because they all went through the same thing and understand what is going through their mind. Soldiers will always have memories of what they went through. "But if the upset does not fade and you feel stuck with a constant sense of danger and painful memories, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some teens say that they want to go to the military when they get out of high school. Example "Jennifer says her 16-year-old son has been talking about joining the…