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Struggling for a future amid hauntings of the past

Jessica is a young mother with an energetic brood of children. She loves playing with them and hearing their laughter. She loves to cook, craft, and create. She kisses scraped knees, raises a vegetable garden, and loves to serve others. She is like most young mothers, with one exception. She is the wife of a soldier suffering from PTSD. Her husband, Josh, is diagnosed as fully disabled because of his PTSD.
“It’s hard,” Jessica confides, “people don’t see what I see in Josh. They look at him and can’t see his disability. I love him, and watching ...

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