Self Help – PTSD in First World War start as dyagnosed as “shell shock”. The soldiers back to front, from hospitals recovery, in the second time start to « realize » that they are going to die. And their peace self, who wants to live, says Freud, starts to sabotage War Self who wants to follow official orders. Unfortunately, the ones who can’t hold their guns any further, are labeled as « cowards » and shot at dawn.
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