Dating a marine with ptsd
They helped to launch a new project that recruits men and women who have been to battle. She said, “The current rate is 22 vet suicides per day.
But it’s gotta be done." Brandon is completing training for his new career as a Project Cohort guide. After PTSD led to drug use that nearly cost her marriage, Kate decided the most practical thing to do would be to take on Brandon’s mission as a team.
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Desperate, she did what is unfathomable for a Marine wife: She called her husband’s commander.
— The breaking point came when Sandra Rivera found their 9-year-old son backed against a wall with his arms over his face, shielding himself from her husband’s screaming.
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I picked it up but he wasn’t here, he’d already hung up. His mind is preoccupied with his life, and in some respects, I can understand this. This relationship doesn’t have strong enough foundations to survive what he is doing and it certainly had no basis for long distance.
He is not emotionally available and he doesn’t want a relationship.