My 19 yr old son, who's a Marine, recently returned from Iraq. He seems to get drunk every time he has the chance (which is often), and loses his temper BIG TIME when something doesn't go the way he thinks it should. Is this a normal thing? I realize there were a lot of things he saw, and maybe did, over there that I will never know or understand about, but how do I help him or get him help or even know if he needs it? I worry about him, but don't want to be an overprotective mom.
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