Further, concerning PTSD and TBI, there are reports from the VA directly related to Veterans that address the report from Veterans Administration indicates that twenty-two soldiers everyday take their lives! To them their fight came to an end. This is tragic since they returned home only to find their new life here harder to adjust to. The possibly thoughts and range of emotions they had to deal with that came home with them have plagued them constantly. And many of our troops may have been identified as having PTSD, or TBI, with symptoms of having anxiety, adjustment disorders, and problems with alcohol and other drugs. Some of the recent returned Veterans have had Traumatic brain injuries that are similar to PTSD problems. Both of these symptoms have their loved one’s grasping for answers, for a Veteran or non-Veteran, and I hope this directs them to be able to not only understand what they are facing, but be able to respond correctly, medically and spiritual speaking to find wholeness for the person they love.Within this document in Chapter Two – What You Should Know About PTSD, Chapter Three - “Traumatic Brain Injury”, after this section: Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD – U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (E), and Chapter Five - TBI Problems, Symptoms and Treatment, you will find statements made from the VA (Veterans Administration), some that contradict, noted as underlined and bolded areas, the information that they provide. And there are bolded areas only showing information you should be aware of.