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“My name is Clayton. After years of denial, I finally had to admit that I had post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from serving in the military as a combat Navy Hospital Corpsman. Then I was actually able to seek the help that I needed. There is no shame in saying you’re not okay. Saying that I needed help was the hardest part, but it’s a choice I’m glad I made. Now, I spend my time talking to other people about what it’s like to be a veteran with PTSD and supporting them with education.”