This is such a wonderful way to remember, and honor our veterans, and offer help!! We all owe them our lives, and a huge debt of gratitude! Because of them, we still live in a free country!
Thank a vet today!! Thanks, Feisty for this article!
Continuing along in the library read through project, I read about “honor crimes” and the exploitation of women and girls–just some of the things our vets have fought against. It really came as no surprise to me that the next major topic I encountered was veterans themselves. I am still reading in the 360’s, Social Problems & Social Services. Our vets are sadly not immune from social problems. Many vets come back with physical injuries that are easier to see and treat. Unfortunately many vets also come back with no visible signs of injury and struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Unseen injuries are the hardest to treat and often lead to the visible social issues we can see:
In addition to the social issues depicted above, many vets experience difficulties in their marriages, relationships, and problems in the workplace (if they have actually…
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