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I've gotten better about admitting that I have PTSD to deal with, and I have an internal sense of humor about being on antidepressants. Still, very few people know, and of those, they're all veterans.
It's Halloween today, meaning Thanksgiving and Christmas are approaching.
Three or four paragraphs about a person, a list of attributes and likes, a couple of pictures that show us at our best, laughing and smiling, or standing on top of a rock.
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...
I am an anti-oppression activist and feminist who recently entered (and then quickly exited) the dating scene in Boston.
I am also a veteran who served in an Israeli combat infantry unit from 2007 to 2009.
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.