My Step-dad is an iraq war vet and is 100% disabled from it. He is obviously not the same person but i still love him the same. Somtimes its difficult not to get angry at him for things that he does, but i understand most of it. Does anyone have any viewpoints on how ptsd from war has effected them and things they don't like people saying/doing? ( i know this is vague, i'm really not sure how to word the question correctly...)
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