Jason Kander wrote in his book that he did not have PTSD and said his symptoms had dissipated. On Oct. 2, he acknowledged that he had been in denial. “I was just trying to convince myself. And I wasn’t sharing the full picture,” he said in a Facebook post. “I still have nightmares. I am depressed.”
Jason Kander wrote in his book that he did not have PTSD and said his symptoms had dissipated. On Oct. 2, he acknowledged that he had been in denial. “I was just trying to convince myself. And I wasn’t sharing the full picture,” he said in a Facebook post. “I still have nightmares. I am depressed.” submitted photo
Jason Kander wrote in his book that he did not have PTSD and said his symptoms had dissipated. On Oct. 2, he acknowledged that he had been in denial. “I was just trying to convince myself. And I wasn’t sharing the full picture,” he said in a Facebook post. “I still have nightmares. I am depressed.” submitted photo

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