My name is William Domangue and I am writing this to let everyone know how much having my Service Dog has helped me. In October of 2013 I was diagnosed with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. My doctor placed me on the normal treatment of medication to help me with these problems which worked for a short time. I went back to my doctor, after talking with key leaders in my unit, and .
If you have experienced a severe traumatic or life threatening event in your life that haunts you and bothers your normal life style than you probably have PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Through my career in the military I have experienced so much from various deployments in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan to Operation Martillo in Guatemala. I’ve seen and done things that an average person should not be exposed .
There comes a point in ones life that they feel hopeless, you go from Daddy Iove you, to Daddy who are you, from the husband you use to be to the Ex-husband in some circumstances, your friends start to fade away into the distance, your family starts to see the changes in you while all along you feel that everyone else is the problem. That job you use to enjoy starts to leave a .