PTSD: “Hometown Battlefield” a song by J.P. Cormier


To all my brothers of Vietnam or those suffering the challenge of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) from any war. A friend of the Neuropathy Support Network sent this link about an inspiring courageous song and the experience with PTSD. This gift comes from our neighbors, sisters and brothers in Canada! The song is sad but true and it is hoped that there will be continued support for those veterans who have experienced more than we can ever imagine. A poppy and two minutes of silence on Nov. 11 is not enough! This courageous veteran makes a major point without being angry, political or complaining. This is very beautiful and it will touch your heart and soul.

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LtCol Eugene B Richardson, USA (Retired) BA, MDiv, EdM, MS

Col Richardson has suffered with severe neuropathy for over 45 years. A 27 year military veteran and veteran of the Vietnam War, he was diagnosed with a progressive chronic peripheral neuropathy resulting in severe disability. This diagnosis has been confirmed as due to exposure to Agent Orange. It was not until 2010, 42 years after his exposure to Agent Orange, that his diagnosis was recognized by Veterans Affairs as service connected.

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