Yes its a good thing I notice that many families are struggling with the effects of PTSD its really tough when their loved one gets back and has so much to deal with, its great they can come somewhere for help and advice ...
Hi how are you doing.today, has the DH been deployed , it is tough , I have benn through it several times in my life with a DH and a Father, brother, son in law...you get through it but it is tough bringing up a family , have you any kids ?
Well I am not married to a military guy anymore but I do want to take the time and support the wives that are married to military guys that are leaving to go overseas or that is already over there my prayers are with you guys and your family..God bless Our troops and Can't wait for them all to come home safe.......
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