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Blog On Mst Related Ptsd


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Hello, my name is Gary. I am a MST Survivor and Complex PTSD sufferer, that after over 30 years of silence, is tired of being silent. So, back in September of 2013, I started a blog to bring awareness to MST/PTSD Sufferers, to bring hope to those who are currently suffering in silence; to encourage them to seek help; as I finally did, both in and outside of the VA. I hope if you are a victim/survivor, and also suffer in silence or have not sought out assistance, please read the blog archives, and feel free to contact me. I am also willing to allow for linking to the blog, and sharing of it's content as long is it is being used for helping silent sufferers and current suffers of PTSD, related to MST.

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Yes, please share that blog's URL - I'll check it out.

BTW - I'm the author at the Veterans Law Blog. We have over 25k+ Veterans that follow our blog each month - either on the blog, through email, or on social media (Facebook, G+, Twitter, and more).

I am ALWAYS looking for new Veterans bloggers, and love linking to great content for Veterans.

Chris

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