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Stay Sober, Don't drink alcohol and don't mix with anti-depressants. Pot is a depressant. Join AA or NA if you have substance abuse problems. My sister drank and took anti-depressants and she hung herself on 7/4/2015. She was alone. Talk to a buddy, your wife or significant other. Talk to other veterans. Get plenty of sleep. Seek professional help. Work out, run. Pray if you are spiritual. You will find out that if you talk to someone who also suffers from PTSD you will feel strength knowing you are not alone. The real victims are the survivors.
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SGT Michael Thorin
SGT Michael Thorin
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Thanks for sharing that LTC (Join to see), very good info!
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SPC Douglas Bolton
SPC Douglas Bolton
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LTC (Join to see) Excellent share. This will help many.
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CPT Aaron Kletzing
CPT Aaron Kletzing
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Amen
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LT Brad McInnis
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RIP. It really hits hard that PTSD is very difficult to treat. He apparently was doing everything he should, was helping others, and it still took him...
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SGT Michael Thorin
SGT Michael Thorin
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We got to keep looking out for our buddies. We may not catch them, but we stand a better chance if we take not if sudden mood changes.
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SPC Douglas Bolton
SPC Douglas Bolton
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SGT Michael Thorin - So true. I have several brothers who have messaged me asking me when my book is coming out. They say they are depressed, and need to find some way to get help. That is the bad news. The good news is that they are asking for help. I am rushing as fast as I can to get the book finished.
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SGT Michael Thorin
SGT Michael Thorin
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I'll be praying that you wrap it up to help those who can find some comfort in the book.
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A hard situation indeed SGT Michael Thorin. My prayers and condolences to his family and friends.
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SGT Michael Thorin
SGT Michael Thorin
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Amen SFC (Join to see), terrible indeed.
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