PTSD in the military: A culture change is needed

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Post by Guest on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 13:54

Well all I can say about this is that I'm not surprised to hear VRAB blame the denial on a soldiers past when it comes to PTSD...it's another way of them saying they don't believe you.
It's no wonder Veterans PTSD worsens when they get refused with a BS reason like that...where's the benefit of doubt here ?
What I can say is that with any benefit it is the support documentation from your doctor or specialist that counts in any approval for benefits...of course the Veterans report themselves plays a part but it should always coincide with your supporting medical docs.

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Post by Ex Member on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 13:57

How the hell is that possible nav and what kind of senior leadership was over there to have soldiers alone in a position where this could happen and why didn't they shoot every fkn muslum man in sight. fk sending troops into combat where their hands are tied go in there to kill everyone fighting age or leave our troops at home fk politically correct fk being passive. to send our troops into combat the rules of engage should be the same as ww2 flatten the fkn place.

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Post by Ex Member on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 15:09

I'm still mad, that religion is sick and evil and can be twisted to how ever it suits them. It needs to be reclassified as a cult and outlawed. It is not normal and does not reflect Canadian values definitly not the values i grew up with I don't even reconize this country anymore let alone the legal system. they just parolled that sick sob that blew up air india and confessed to it how can they justify him being alowed to live let alone walking the streets somthings really wrong with this country not what i wanted for my children and grand children and future generations.

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Post by Guest on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 15:33

wild thing I would not say it's the religion itself...it's the ones who are sick an say their part of that religion which makes the religion itself look bad.
Most people who are part of that religion an are Muslim will speak against those who are Muslim an commit horrific acts of crime an use their religion to justify those crimes.
Those Muslims who commit evil are in a whole different world...they take the lives of others an sacrifice their own self thinking that they will go to the high almighty an live forever...they need to be found an put into a place where they never see the light of day again.
As far as the justice system goes... I agree with you it can really make a person scratch their head sometimes...one thing that am going to miss from the Conservatives is their policies regarding the justice system.

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Post by Ex Member on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 15:43

Has their religious book been rewritten trooper to denounce these discussting acts and sixteenth century ideals tell me they are teaching from this century's values and maybe then i will beleive you.

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Post by Ex Member on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 16:10

My head is spinning. was just posting the news and who ever was offended  trust me i was offended more everybody needs to be kept informed of the crap out there you think vac/vrab won't try to use this S--- against us. 38 yrs ive suffered through ptsd kept it to myself each year and every time i get kicked around by the system it get's worse i can't think more than i can think i need lots of prep time to combat any thing they throw at me and there are others in the same boat. the more abuse you suffer at the hands of goc the worse it gets so i think we all need to be kept informed of the good the bad the ugly. Do you's think im winning my claims because im nice no im a blunt truthful sob that don't give a fk about feelings most important i gave them a glimps into their future and what they were doing to themselves buy denying claims and suicides happening. SOwhen crap articles like this pop up we can smash the hell out of it . cowar and pretend it don't exist that don't help anyone. Like the media on black out about the real crap going on in europe turn a blind eye BS tried that don't work...


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Post by Guest on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 16:26

I have no Idea wild thing...I'm no expert on Muslim religion... I just go by what I read an see on the news.

I don't care much for some of their cultures in the Middle east from certain Middle east Country's...especially towards how they treat their women...that could come from their religion.

With regards to your link wild thing..." Why I’m Skeptical Of PTSD Claims… And Why You Should Be Too "

Yup , this guy is out to lunch...he is playing doctor which is a huge problem also within the DVA on PTSD submissions.
When a physician diagnoses you with PTSD that's as far as it goes...the physicians are the ones an the only ones qualified to make this call...anyone who goes against their judgement are playing with fire an playing doctor which holds absolutely no credibility.
Furthermore...anyone who questions the diagnose should be asked to provide the proper medical certifications that they hold.

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Post by Ex Member on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 17:38

Go on line trooper and see what trying to help these people has done to germany, sweden, denmark france england they went there for safety and security but really it was because of a generous welfare system and spread poison and treat their host country's citizens in this manner and the so called moderate muslims do nothing to stand up to them and make them tow the line simple reason it is allowed in the religion as everything can be justified by the religion she wasn't dressed right so i can rape her 20 to 30 muslim men on video grabbed this women and raped her right on the street hundreds have been raped across europe to say its bad and wrong is not good enough wait for it would be surprised if merkel gets voted back in. we all know whats going to happen and it aint going to be pretty.

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Post by pinger on Thu 28 Jan 2016, 18:15

Not to throw off the main topic/article, but here's that 50% abuse one...

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/child-abuse-military-1.3421708

JMO but I was very suspicious about it somehow scratch
Whatever the validity, maybe that study should have just stayed with JAMA to spare joe public from jumping to whitewash conclusions.

Echoes of richard dawson... " Survey Says... more horse-shyte! "

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Post by Ex Member on Fri 29 Jan 2016, 05:46

wild thing wrote:My head is spinning. was just posting the news and who ever was offended  trust me i was offended more everybody needs to be kept informed of the crap out there you think vac/vrab won't try to use this S--- against us. 38 yrs ive suffered through ptsd kept it to myself each year and every time i get kicked around by the system it get's worse i can't think more than i can think i need lots of prep time to combat any thing they throw at me and there are others in the same boat. the more abuse you suffer at the hands of goc the worse it gets so i think we all need to be kept informed of the good the bad the ugly. Do you's think im winning my claims because im nice no im a blunt truthful sob that don't give a fk about feelings most important i gave them a glimps into their future and what they were doing to themselves buy denying claims and suicides happening. SOwhen crap articles like this pop up we can smash the hell out of it . cowar and pretend it don't exist that don't help anyone. Like the media on black out about the real crap going on in europe turn a blind eye BS tried that don't work...

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Post by Dove96 on Fri 29 Jan 2016, 09:38

I did 3 months research before asking my doctor for a script for MJ. He made me promise not to inhale. That includes vaping. That led to more research.
Now I have recipes for honey, oils, lotions, tinctures (alcohol and oil based) and capsules. I made them all.
The reactions of Sativa, Indica and Hybrids, CBD vs THC. Cannabis types react differently on everyone.
I cannot tolerate anything Sativa dominant. It gives me the jitters - but some percentage of Sativa makes me more alert. The lotion is great for my neck pain (cervical disc degeneration) and works for 6-8 hours.

It really takes some time, patience and a log book to find out what works.
I am off Oxy, Nabalone, Trazadone. I don't know if my stomach will ever get better but the side effect of the MJ is it doesn't hurt to eat.
I am giving a talk at my pain group next week and handing out my recipes.

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Post by Teentitan on Fri 29 Jan 2016, 10:55

Could you start a new thread and post your recipes? I think it will help everyone to know alternative ways to prepare it for uses on the body.
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PTSD in the military: A culture change is needed

Post by Dove96 on Fri 29 Jan 2016, 13:18

OK I will keep it under Veteran Help.

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