Supporting a family member or beloved individual in military service can be a challenging and tumultuous experience. While a veteran’s homecoming may bring moments of joy and reconnection, it can also involve dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a psychological condition that arises in individuals who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic event. Veterans are particularly prone to PTSD due to their exposure to combat and other highly stressful situations. As the friend, spouse, or relative of a veteran affected by PTSD, you might find yourself feeling overwhelmed or powerless. Gaining a deeper understanding of this disorder can empower your family to navigate this silent and isolating challenge. Learn more about PTSD with the following infographic by Veteran Car Donations.
This infographic was created by Veteran Car Donations, Michigan car donations for veterans