Yes, a traumatic experience is one you are more likely to remember. But it is also one your mind is more likely to distort.
In ‘Craig and Fred,’ Craig Grossi tells the inspiring story of how a stray dog helped him overcome PTSD. But the book also raises discomfiting questions about how we put care of animals above the needs of our fellow man.
Wonderfully acted, written, and directed, ‘Thank You for Your Service’ is the post-traumatic stress disorder movie that veterans of U.S. campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan deserve.
The film brings to life a charming children’s classic. But it offers more than kitsch sentimentality: it grapples with the reality of a disenchanting world.
In politics and society, many things are portrayed as a dramatic zero-sum game—where a big winner and a big loser is the only possibility.
If you need trigger warnings in order to learn, then the only warning anyone should hear is a warning against letting you in the classroom.
I don’t want to hear your whining about ‘microaggressions’ and ‘trigger warnings.’ Those aren’t trauma. Besides, coming to terms with pain is part of growing up.
As the divide between military families and civilians grows, here are some things non-military folks should understand.
On Veterans Day, a moment of thanks. We know your homecoming is bittersweet.
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