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Content Warning: May be triggering. Talks of military combat and suicidal tendencies.

It can be difficult for people with a mental disorder to explain how it affects them. It may be even more difficult to explain it to your children. In this short video, parents who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) try to explain their condition to their kids.

One father explains: "My deployment was over a decade ago. I refused counseling. I refused to talk to doctors. I refused to see anyone about it because I didn't want anyone to think that there was something wrong with me."

If you think you might have PTSD you can take a free and confidential screening on our website: www.mhadallas.org/help/

#PTSD #brave #ptsdawarenessmonth
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