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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

A Link and a Nod

I'm sure many of you who subscribe to PTSD Combat (and those who pop in from time-to-time) feel the same way that I do: There's just never enough time in a day to catch up on all the latest on combat PTSD. That's probably one of the reasons why you've subscribed in the first place.

The news on this issue increasingly comes on hot and quick these days as more and more people want to learn about the issue, and more and more media outlets bring us the coverage we need (at long last). I find it hard to keep up with it all, too.

And so, I've recently added three outside blog feeds to PTSD Combat (they're in the right-hand column, here): IAVA, Wounded Times and Healing Combat Trauma. The latter two blogs, edited by Kathie Costos and Lily G. Casura, are especially fine complements to PTSD Combat. If we lived in a perfect world, rather than simply providing a link and a nod to their great work, you'd see the three of us posting together on one site to make it easy for you to get your combat PTSD news fix all in one place.

Then again, if we lived in a perfect world there wouldn't even be a need for blogs like ours, would there? I hope the feeds provide another avenue for you to educate yourself on an issue that is not only a hot topic right now, but of great importance to our society and our returning troops and their families.

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