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Resiliency and Posttraumatic Growth Among Army National Guard Soldiers
Many service members returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from trauma-related behavioral health concerns, including posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety and alcohol misuse. Given the distinctive nature of the Army National Guard, some studies suggest these soldiers might be particularly at-risk. While some experiencing war-related trauma report negative symptoms, others report growth in close relationships, personal strength and a renewed sense of lifedoi:10.1037/e711262011-001 fatcat:an3fjjbs4jeqrijajgaennpwsy