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FamilyOfaVet - Real World info about PTSD, TBI, & life after combat.

Websites About PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Veteran's Benefit Network - an online forum for Veterans and their families which discusses
different benefits issues and other challenges Vets face.  They specifically have a forum
for PTSD which is
awesome and filled with a lot of Veterans who have "been there and
done that" and are always willing to help.  I strongly recommend joining this forum!

PTSD, A Soldier's Perspective - An excellent blog written by a veteran for whom I
personally have a great deal of respect.  He is doing a great job of educating the public
about PTSD and at the same time tearing down the stigma so many still try to attach to it.  
It's not possible for me to recommend following this blog enough!

VietNow's PTSD Page (VietNow is a national magazine, serving Vietnam veteran's and their
families.  However, their website has a lot of information that applies to veterans of any war
or conflict.)

Military Veterans PTSD Reference Manual (free, online version of a book written by 1SG
"Bub" Parrish - a Vietnam Vet)

Patience Press (They used to publish the "Post Traumatic Gazette".  While it's no longer
being published, this site has several good PTSD resources that are free or reasonably
priced ($1.00 - $20.00).  All items are written by Patience Mason - the wife of a Vietnam
Veteran who is very plain spoken and offers good advice for soldiers and families dealing
with PTSD.)

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - A very long page full of a lot of information about combat
PTSD with very good explanations.  The page was written by a Vietnam Veteran who did a
great job of explaining PTSD and its many consequences in real world terms.

Mayo Clinic Information about PTSD (consists of several pages of articles written about
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by the staff of the Mayo Clinic)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (a body of information from MedLine Plus, which is a
service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National institutes of Health that
has several GOOD resources)

Healing Combat Trauma - A look at how Veterans suffering from PTSD can begin to heal.  
This is a site with a lot of information.  It may take you a while to wade through, but has
several good commentaries.
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