For Specialist Daniel Mata, some parts of being home - after being deployed to Iraq - immediately stood out as being more stressful than before war.
"When I'm driving I see certain things on the side of the road; I'll go from going the speed limit to bombing about... more »
"I am so blessed that this woman stuck with me; I mean I've put her through the test," says Don Dupuis, a Vietnam veteran. He says it's the 40-plus years of P.T.S.D. he's had since coming home from war.
"Something wasn't right; I just didn't know what it was,"... more »
What were you doing at 13 years old? It was probably very different from Jasim Ramadon. Seven years ago he was living in Iraq and his father was a Captain in Saddam Hussein's military -- telling him to kill Americans. Now Ramadon is 19 and lives in Colorado Springs; he... more »
Colorado authors -- who share their stories of dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder -- are coming to Colorado Springs Thursday to help local families for free.
Tony Seahorn - a Vietnam veteran - and his wife Janet - a C.S.U. Professor - wrote a book called "Tears of a... more »
Local soldiers, looking for ways to deal with their own stress since returning from war, are trying to help soldiers just coming home by giving advice on how make the transition that has been tough for so many.
The Army begins screening soldiers right when they get home to... more »
After three deployments in three years, and ending the last one short because his wife is sick, David Bruce, now active duty in the Air Force Reserve, has a lot on his plate.
"It just compounds, every little thing adds on." says Bruce.
Luckily he's found help at... more »
These days Antione Johnson spends a lot of time trying to reach out to soldiers. He knows a lot are coming home with issues.
He thinks he can help, but it's all about getting through.
"It's really hard to really break that barrier," says Johnson, who's working to... more »