PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, has been with us with every war. Until only recently, have we seen it as a medical condition. There is nothing wrong with getting treatment for this disorder. Not only do soldiers get it on the front lines, but those who treat soldiers, will be affected. Our soldiers who come home, need to know we are with them, and look forward to helping them recover as much as they can. They will always be the soldiers who came home, will have regrets and memories, and we need to be patient to allow them time to adjust with those ideas. They will always have the changes, always be heroes and soldiers, and why would we want to change who they are? We just need to understand what is happening, and help.