Out of two million US soldiers who have served in Afghanistan and Iraq, psychiatrists estimate that one in three may, at some point, develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is the story of five American soldiers stricken with PTSD. One is on trial for murder, two committed suicide and two others are still in the army, struggling to get treatment
Bobby and his wife noticed that they were fighting more often after he developed PTSD. Both of them came to understand that living with PTSD would require new methods of coping and reaching out for help, because they couldn’t do it alone.