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Gender differences in individuals with comorbid alcohol dependence and post-traumatic stress disorder. You hear glass breaking, metal screeching and feel searing pain all over your body. Try to clarify your feelings and assumptions about him or her, and check out whether those feelings and assumptions are accurate. Even as the military continues to work on overcoming the stigma of seeking help for mental health issues, many active-duty service members still don't seek help because of the fear that they may be relieved from the service.

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