From Matt: I think this a great read. It's mainly about combat trauma but touches on lots of themes and is easy to read:
"How PTSD Became a Problem Far Beyond the Battlefield," by Sebastian Junger, Vanity Fair, June 2015
Click to access a short questionnaire that screens for PTSD:
Click the title for an article about how relationships can be affected by PTSD:
"The Difficulties of Dating When You Have PTSD," By Dr. Ari DeLevie, THE GOOD MAN PROJECT, December 20, 2014.
Blog by a medical consultant about how PTSD affects the brain:
"How Does Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Change the Brain?" by , Brain Blogger, January 24, 2015.
Non-traditional resource for anxiety
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