Charles Hoge

Retired Army Colonel and psychiatrist

Guest

Retired Army colonel and psychiatrist who treats veterans; Iraq war veteran and author of Once a Warrior-Always a Warrior: Navigating the Transition from Combat to Home, including combat stress, PTSD, and mTBI

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When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

Bringing the War Home: The War after the War

When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

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When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

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When combat soldiers come home from Iraq or Afghanistan, life is not just about survival any more. For some, it loses its meaning.

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