Laurie Lee 
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Re: “Less agony, no Ecstasy

I don't think the soldiers are capable to cope in the state of mind they come back in. that is the real problem. I have a son who went to Iraq and came back a totally different person. He is in a constant state of "numbness". Has no feelings for anything, or anyone...not even me (I was his "best friend", "mother", and one person he "loved the most" in the world) It is like he is "GONE". He is in the process of going through the medical eval and if they let him out to survive on his own, he will never make it. I am sure I will get a call from the police telling me he committed suicide. He is telling them the medications and counseling is not working...but they say there is nothing they can do.... what can he do now? Does he have any options? Are they going to just let him out? from a very concerned parent of a soldier in PTSD Unit.Ft. Carson, CO

Posted by Laurie Lee on 12/09/2009 at 10:52 AM

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