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Sometimes a combat veteran tells me things that they wish their families knew.

They have asked me to write something for their families, from my unique position as soldier, wife, and physician.

“I’m not going to walk up to somebody — ‘Hi, my name is Ben, I have post-traumatic stress syndrome, let me tell you all about it! It might seem like a better idea not to bring it up at all, but omitting major, life changing years isn’t exactly good for a relationship.

Rob’s six-pound Chihuahua Diablo is making his way sideways down a flight of stairs at Rob’s uncle’s house in Natrona Heights.

While I found no mobile apps, there were three promising websites: After a few weeks of messaging locals and attempting to solicit dates in the Greater New York City area, I didn’t have much luck.

In retrospect, the popularity of mobile apps most likely draws the use of eligible military bachelors, because unlike these sites, the interface is more friendly and the likelihood of meeting someone is much higher.

Ben Keen said when he began experiencing the signs that accompany PTSD, he tried to keep it to himself, both because he didn’t understand what was happening to him, “and the other half of it was that I tucked it away because I didn’t want people to find out, and I didn’t want to be tagged as a crazy soldier, or people think that all of my accolades mean nothing now because I can’t hack it.” These days Keen accepts that PTSD is a permanent part of his life.

Keen, 31, runs a veterans outreach group called Steel City Vets.

Rob’s six-pound Chihuahua Diablo is making his way sideways down a flight of stairs at Rob’s uncle’s house in Natrona Heights.

While I found no mobile apps, there were three promising websites: After a few weeks of messaging locals and attempting to solicit dates in the Greater New York City area, I didn’t have much luck.

In retrospect, the popularity of mobile apps most likely draws the use of eligible military bachelors, because unlike these sites, the interface is more friendly and the likelihood of meeting someone is much higher.

Ben Keen said when he began experiencing the signs that accompany PTSD, he tried to keep it to himself, both because he didn’t understand what was happening to him, “and the other half of it was that I tucked it away because I didn’t want people to find out, and I didn’t want to be tagged as a crazy soldier, or people think that all of my accolades mean nothing now because I can’t hack it.” These days Keen accepts that PTSD is a permanent part of his life.

Keen, 31, runs a veterans outreach group called Steel City Vets.

The exceptions are barely in their 20s and typically looking to interact on a free mobile messenger app called “Overall, my experiences with the sites were varied, with one emerging as a clear winner.