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Elise Mitchell (not her real name) is the wife of a combat veteran and the mother of two kids.
Elise's husband was active duty in the Army for six years, serving in Iraq from 2003-2007 with multiple deployments. He was was injured in Iraq and has severe PTSD and a mild brain injury. He was diagnosed while still active duty, and was moved to the warrior transition unit. From there, he was medically discharged and then retired in 2008.
Her blog, "Household 6: The Civilian Life," is a way to reflect as she and her family fight PTSD and TBI through the good times and bad.
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