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Should the word “disorder” be removed from post-traumatic stress disorder?

Yes, because it causes stigmas that prevent veterans from getting jobs.
9% (99 votes)
Yes, because it is not a disorder so much as a normal human reaction to severe stress.
26% (284 votes)
No, because the term has to be considered a disorder in order to ensure sufferers receive government benefits.
24% (262 votes)
No, because it is a lifelong psychological condition that can’t really be cured, only treated.
27% (294 votes)
We should go back to calling it shell shock, soldier’s heart, combat fatigue or one of its earlier names.
14% (156 votes)
Total votes: 1095

 

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