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  • you know that term PTSD is thrown around a lot, and I think it has a lot of different meanings.

  • But, like one that seems to be very applicable is when you come back.

  • Like you said to that low stakes environment, your brain is still trigger for high sticks environment, and so everything looks like a potential threat, and it's very hard to dial that down.

  • Also, you also missing a lot of other things.

  • The camaraderie, the mission, the purpose.

  • I mean, is that what a lot of PTSD is based on?

  • Or is it Is there really a whole rainbow of that?

  • PTSD is a tough one.

  • Um, to me, I think the D should be stripped from that.

  • I don't think it's a disorder.

  • I think if you come back the same person that you left, then perhaps you might actually have a disorder.

  • You know, if the body gets sick, usually the temperature will elevate elevate.

  • You'll have a fever if you get sick and you don't have a fever that's actually the disorder.

  • So having something happened to your body and having your body have a reaction to it is a very natural thing, and poster trauma in general affects people very differently, even inside of the seal community.

  • There's people that are bothered by very little, and there are people who are father very much by very little.

  • And it's it's tough to judge, and I don't think you should judge anybody in comparison to anybody else.

  • It's an individual journey.

  • Um, and having said that, though, it's It's OK, you know, you come back and it's not like you're looking for a threat around every corner.

  • I think I think that is a stereotype again.

  • That largely comes from books, TVs and movies.

  • You know, you're certainly you're just used to making different decisions.

  • You're used to making decisions that are much more black and white.

  • Do I take action or do I not take action?

  • Do I pay attention?

  • It is doe eyed, not pay attention to this and like any situation that you work in, if you worked on Wall Street and then you wanted to become a real estate agent, it's going to take you time to unravel from one and to integrate into the other combat and coming home, and it's exactly the same thing.

  • It's again.

  • There's no timeline that works for everybody.

  • Some people can do it very quickly, and some people will struggle to do it for the rest of their life and that then that's OK, and I think that should be expected.

  • You know, I look at war now from a different perspective that I did when I was in.

  • I thought even then that it should have been a measure of last resort.

  • You should exhaust any and all options before committing people to an environment where lives could be taken both American lives and the lives of people in the country that we're going to fight in because if you do so, if you touch war, war will touch you back.

  • And that's the bottom line.

you know that term PTSD is thrown around a lot, and I think it has a lot of different meanings.


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PTSDと暮らす。あなたが同じ人として戦争から帰ってきたならば、それは障害である|アンディ・スタンプフ (LIVING WITH PTSD: If You Return From War As The Same Person Then That Is The Disorder | Andy Stumpf)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日