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That I know the number 1-800-273-TALK (press 1 for veterans), just in case? I've touched on dating and veterans and PTSD before, and maybe it's the antidepressants kicking in or maybe it's been long enough since my last relationship ended that I've had time to sort things out a little.What will you tell your friends when we go out, and I find myself in an uncomfortable (to me) situation and need to go outside to get some air, find some quiet, settle myself down? Blogger gives me stats on what keywords people used to get here, and "dating" and "PTSD" seem to come up a lot lately, so it's not just me...An example of an ultimatum: “You needto get it together now, it’s been ___weeks or ___months of being withdrawn, mopingaround, etc.

Perhaps it's my experience with attempting online dating that's made me a little cynical.True, it takes the strength and courage of a warrior to ask for help.Let's add that it takes the strength and courage of a warrior to stand next to one.It really doesn't matter if we both like country music and classic rock, or if we both like coffeehouses, or if we agree on politics.Get on a plane with a duffel bag of uniforms, a mobility bag of chemical warfare gear, and open ended orders, and then we'll talk about adventure and loyalty.Some says when we should ask for help, we don't, because we don't know what kind of help to ask for.

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