Not Everything Is PTSD: A More Nuanced View of What Returning Veterans Need
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McCraney is an army chaplain who works with frontline soldiers struggling with the repercussions of their experiences in combat. In this article, he alerts us to the fact that many assumptions we have about these men and women, and about PTSD, are untrue and unhelpful. He discusses four ways these service members suffer and urges us to adopt a more nuanced view of how to understand, bless, and minister to them.