I can relate on how he is feeling after 10 year active duty army. My train of thought and emotion is not the same anymore and it's so hard dealing with people who never serve and they are always judging you. I'm on the verge of a breakup because her family fears for her daughter life even though she has told them I'm would never do anything to harm her. My B.S meter is very low and I don't play games.
I also had problems with the Va mental health. They wanted to put me inpatient for 3 months, and I refused. Then they said I could do a 3 day a week program, again I refused. Then I was told don't not get help, just so you can get a disability check. I walked out before punching the civilian psych doc. Someone told me about the Vet canter here in Boise, so I contacted them. I have been going to the Vet center for the last 5ish years and love it. Give the Vet center a try and see if it makes a difference for you. My Dr. is a vet not a combat vet, but we still relate. My counselor is a combat vet, he is good and helps a lot.
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