New research by psychologists at NC State University shows that post-traumatic stress disorder among military veterans can lead to increased appreciation of life and enhanced inner strength. The findings add new context to the disorder that also often leads to tremendous suffering — and even suicide — among veterans. Jessica Morgan, a doctoral student in psychology, featured.
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