What veteran411 writes here will resonate with every veteran who has seen combat. His struggles are the struggle of tens of thousands of veterans in the United States, Canada, and around the world, He had to face and overcome adversity on the battlefield and now he’s doing the same in the civilian world. Many of the battles he fights now are deadlier than the ones he fought overseas, but he endures and is there for his fellow vets. He offers sage wisdom.
War and the veteran.
You know, I have good days, I have bad days and I also have days that I wish were only in my nightmares instead of reality. I find some days to be okay, easy to get through and not easily bothered, but there are other days that I wonder why the day had to be like it was.
I commonly ask myself if it was something that I had done to make the day so bad, you know: bad in is bad out. I am always self evaluating how I feel because I do not want to get mad or disappointed in something if my whole demeanor had been because of chronic pain being worse on that specific day and time. It is because of this I always can try and keep track of where the pain is, how bad it is, what the weather was…
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