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PTSD – Success Stories

Throughout the years I’ve received hundreds, upon hundreds, of email from people asking questions about PTSD.  From what to do about it for themselves, to friends, husbands, wives, sons, daughters, etc.  And throughout the years I’ve answered all emails personally with my own thoughts on what each situation calls for, and have written several blog posts on the subject matter, and throughout the years I’ve received emails back saying that “this helped,” or “that helped,” in regards to PTSD.

Well, now it’s been several years, and I know that PTSD is still prevalent in our military, but I also know that it IS being addressed and that there ARE answers and options out there for veterans.  I’ve already received many emails from people who’ve successfully dealt with PTSD, but now I think it’s time to do an actual call for these emails and stories.   So…

If you or a loved one have dealt with PTSD in some form, and it’s gotten better and has been dealt with in a successful way, then please shoot me an email and share your story.  I’ll be putting together some of the stories for a series of future blog posts.



Iraq War Veteran Michael Anthony is an Iraq War Veteran and is the Author of: Mass Casualties: A Young Medic’s True Story of Death, Destruction, and Dishonor in Iraq.

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1 thought on “PTSD – Success Stories”

  1. I’ve been getting a lot of great emails from people. After reading such heart-wrenching, often horrible, stories for so many years it’s great to be flooded with good ones. I’m surprised though, not a lot of people are willing to share their success stories publicly. I’m wondering if there are any people out there who’ve had success with PTSD, either themselves, a brother, father, son, daughter, child, husband, wife, etc, and would be interested in writing some guest blog posts that might help others. Please send an email rather than a comment.

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