PTSD is now a recognized medical condition, but, it wasnt always so.

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  • woundedtimes posted at 5:41 pm on Tue, Nov 12, 2013.

    woundedtimes Posts: 1

    I have a problem with "now" because it has been researched for over 40 years now. While the VA used the term Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the 80's the mental health community was using it since the late 70's. Nothing has changed. What worked back then still works and what failed back then, unfortunately, is being repeated and we lose more than will ever be properly accounted for.

     

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