Military vets

United States

#1 Oct 18, 2013
The next time you see a vet, tell them thanks. I have talked to alot of vets and the impression I get is that they feel like they have been for forgotten or no one cares. So next time you see one tell them thanks. There are many vets that have scars that nor me or you can see. Even though they have reached out for help, they struggle everyday just to live a normal life. Take the time to pull them aside and talk to them, befriend them, and let them know you care. Sometimes a good friend is far better than any help a VA hospital or counselor can offer. Taking one day out of the year to recognize them is not nearly enough. If you are a vet, fly your branch flag on your house, in your yard, on your car, be known. There are people out there who do care, want to talk to you, and make sure you have a friend. Regardless of being on the front line, vets behind the scene are in the same boat. So if you see a vet, make sure they know you care
True grit

United States

#2 Oct 18, 2013
This is way true broken, I had a friend that was in Iraq and he said talking to me about it has helped him more than anything else. He is married and has kids and a good job. You wouldn't think he has any issues but he still struggles with it all the time

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