Army Reserve / National Guard
Road rage was a sign to address buried emotions
A combat incident in Vietnam made a lasting impression on Wes. When he came home he felt angry and remorseful. Frequent incidents of road rage led him to counseling. Later, a psychiatrist diagnosed him with PTSD. He learned how to handle his anger and it doesn’t control him anymore. Wes knows that opening up is a good way to confront challenges.
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