HouseHold 6: The Civilian Life - I'm the wife of a combat veteran and the mother of two adorable kids. My husband was injured in Iraq and has severe PTSD and a mild brain injury. This blog is a way to reflect as we fight PTSD through the good times and bad. **2012 Finalist for Best U.S. Military Spouse Blog by Milblogging.com

HouseHold 6: The Civilian Life - I'm the wife of a combat veteran and the mother of two adorable kids. My husband was injured in Iraq and has severe PTSD and a mild brain injury. This blog is a way to reflect as we fight PTSD through the good times and bad. **2012 Finalist for Best U.S. Military Spouse Blog by Milblogging.com

"If you can hang around, stay supportive, and stay married after everything that is involved with PTSD, I commend you. It’s the hard part." I am a wife to a veteran with PTSD.

"If you can hang around, stay supportive, and stay married after everything that is involved with PTSD, I commend you. It’s the hard part." I am a wife to a veteran with PTSD.

I went around and around with my ex trying to get him to go for PTSD treatment. He is a Vietnam combat veteran. He wouldn't go. All along I needed to get treated but had never been diagnosed. I have been now and it is a rough process going thru therapy.

I went around and around with my ex trying to get him to go for PTSD treatment. He is a Vietnam combat veteran. He wouldn't go. All along I needed to get treated but had never been diagnosed. I have been now and it is a rough process going thru therapy.

Wife [Widow] of a Wounded Marine - My entire world was flipped upside down after my husband was hit by an IED in Ramadi, Iraq... We were fighting to get his life back, and fighting to make a marriage work through pill addiction, overdose, miscarriage, family feuds, infections, amputation, PTSD, and TBI.~In April of 2010 my world stopped. My husband died due to accidental overdose of his pain meds while receiving inpatient therapy for PTSD. **2012 Best U.S. Military Spouse Blog by…

Wife [Widow] of a Wounded Marine - My entire world was flipped upside down after my husband was hit by an IED in Ramadi, Iraq... We were fighting to get his life back, and fighting to make a marriage work through pill addiction, overdose, miscarriage, family feuds, infections, amputation, PTSD, and TBI.~In April of 2010 my world stopped. My husband died due to accidental overdose of his pain meds while receiving inpatient therapy for PTSD. **2012 Best U.S. Military Spouse Blog by…

PTSD - Support for Military Spouses Married to Service members Battling PTSD. Great resources in here!

PTSD - Support for Military Spouses Married to Service members Battling PTSD. Great resources in here!

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