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Sharing stories and knowledge lets all warriors know that they are not alone in dealing with a psychological wound or traumatic brain injury. Talking about the psychological effects of war on service members encourages others to reach out for help. Learning what others are doing to address these issues creates new opportunities for healing.

Video Profiles:
1st Sgt Aaron Tippett at Real Warriors

1st Sgt. Tippett sustained invisible wounds, including PTSD and mild traumatic brain injuries, from explosions during combat deployments. He shares his story of seeking psychological health care and encourages others to do the same.






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