Take a look at this informative piece below on a man suffering with PTSD from his time in Iraq. He’s not a soldier, but a contractor working at the massive U.S. base on the edge of Baghdad International Airport. I’ll share some reflections later in a separate post on how this relates to those of us working with men after abortion and other trauma.
Posted By Jeremiah Goulka On April 16, 2013 @ 12:09 pm In | 5 Comments
I was one nightmare short of PTSD.
It didn’t take much, that’s what surprised me. No battles. No dead bodies. I spent just three and a half weeks as a contractor in Iraq, when the war there was at its height, rarely leaving the security of American military bases.
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