Army Veteran Overcoming PTSD With The Help Of A Service Dog

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“He has helped the rest of the family by helping me.” Coming home from serving your country is a powerful, long-awaited moment for most any veteran, but more than half a million suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This can result in panic attacks, flashbacks, avoiding people and places, negative changes in mood, nightmares, and in extreme cases, suicide.When U.S. veteran, McLean Raybon, returned home from serving in Afghanistan, he found it difficult to adjust to civilian life …

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