This article discusses a sub group of Vietnam veterans suffering from combat

This article discusses a sub group of vietnam

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This article discusses a sub group of Vietnam veterans suffering from combat ptsd when atrocities while serving in Vietnam. After years of service in Vietnam some veterans continued toexhibit shame guilt, self-hatred and a sense of being unforgivable. In this article, the veterans express remorse as a key dynamic in their treatment. The therapist wants to get the patients over their guilt. By working through a patient’s shame, guilt and self-hatred which fundamental to the expression of remorse. In examined and treatment recommendations are made.From all points of views of all the articles they show all true aspects of PTSD. Many can wonder or only guess from reading stories like The Things They Carried what a person with ptsd would be like for those. As a ptsd suffer I can tell you even thou the fight is over the fear is real it touches every aspect of your life from sleep marriage and parenting no matter how much treatment you learn tocope with it doesn’t go away like putting a band aid on a cut wound. Just like in the story you can relate to the guilt in a war environment you do anything to feel normal you feel guilt for those that you lost and the ones who came back in worse shape than you for the charter feeling they nailed it in my book.
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  • Spring '14
  • Vietnam War, United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Posttraumatic stress disorder, Vietnam veteran

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