How PTSD Veterans Suffer In Open Carry State

One in every five combat veterans arrive home with lasting mental scars in the form of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a lasting souvenir of their time served. Veterans with PTSD find that they are almost always in a constant state of hyper-awareness, not being able to relax or feel safe despite a lack of any real threat. For those who suffer in this way, the mere sight of a gun can trigger a bout of major anxiety, or worse. Read more