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...ar (Hoge, 2014 and Zoellner, 2001).Then mental health follow-up must be made part of a soldier 's transition back home (Hoge, 2014). This will help identify thosewho are not coping well and be given treatment that would be effective in helping them better manage PTSD (Hoge, 2014). In addition, community education is also necessary which will help employers, medical personnel and society at large to help our soldiers have the best chance athaving a healthy life after war and avoid tragedies like that of Chris Kyle, the American Sniper(Hoge, 2014 and "Military Service-Related PTSD," 2007). Truly this movie can be used as aeducational or training tool for soldiers, families and health care workers, especially since it was based on a real life experience. I believe it will help bring greater awareness of soldiers with PTSD and how we can better serve our Veterans of war.
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