Invisible Wounds - What stress does to the soul

Psychology Today - August 30, 2012

A profoundly disturbing report came out a couple of months ago, one that has ominous implications for hundreds of thousands of vets.

Basically, it says that everyone who suffered a brain injury — even a mild concussion — could be at risk of developing degenerative brain diseases later in life that can lead to memory loss, bad judgment, depression, outbursts of anger, thoughts of suicide and potential dementia.