Tag Archives: Edward Tick

Come Home

I have been wrestling once again with the violence injected into our lives by our ceaseless military action around the globe. In particular, I am once again struck by the suffering of so many former soldiers, the “wounded warriors,” as … Continue reading

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On War and the Soul

When I wrote up my reflections on military trauma after the JustPeace Conference, I had not yet read Edward Tick’s book, War and the Soul: Healing our Nation’s Veterans from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (Quest Books, 2005). It further deepens and … Continue reading

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