By Cameron Lorenc
Bullying is something that is common in the news. Anxiety in teenagers is a problem and bullying doesn't help. We have one article on that and then an aritcle on a Vet getting a PTSD service dog to help him.
He began suffering from night terrors, extreme anxiety and depression. He isolated himself from his friends and family. It wasn't until 2002 that Raymond was able to put a name to his problem. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Today he is 100-percent disabled, according to his doctors at Veterans Affairs.
They experience higher incidents of alcoholism, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and insomnia. They struggle with concentration issues and poorer health and have lower self-esteem. If so many people are victims of bullying, why do they come home and watch it on television.