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Coping With Mental Illness in the Military

April 8, 2014

Programs to help U.S. servicemen and women suffering from mental challenges, including post-traumatic stress disorder, have been around for decades. Clearly, more effort needs to be put into them....

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LogHog

Apr-08-14 6:43 AM

Nothing will be done to keep the human mind from thinking of becoming engaged in self destruction. Death and destruction are a learned trade. Trying to un learn something while dealing with life's every day stress is just to much for many. One becomes what they think about. If you live death and destruction, you become that. Sure, some keep it under control, but it is still there. If you live with love, you become loving and become the person that would not hurt anyone for anything. The trick is to stay balanced. No one has the answer to this. For everyone has their own thoughts. Another sad day at Ft. Hood. But everyday somewhere there is someone ready to pick up and murder people for no sound reason, other than they can.

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