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Taking Care of Yourself When Your Spouse Has a Combat Stress Injury

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Information, strategies, and resources to help families cope with a loved one's combat stress injury.

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Are you wondering how to keep yourself and the rest of your family healthy and strong while living with a combat veteran troubled by anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or too much anger? If a member of your family has returned home from deployment changed by behavioral and emotional symptoms of combat stress or trauma, your life has probably changed, too. It's important to understand how your own health and outlook may be affected as you try to give your loved one comfort and support. This article will give you information, strategies, and resources to ease the strain of living with and caring for someone with a combat-related stress injury.

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