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Hidden Wounds: Healing after a Soldier's Homecoming
5/28/2012

In time for Memorial Day, America magazine recently published a thoughtful essay on healing from moral and psychological injuries after war. For the full article, please click here.

For more on the essay's author, Nancy Sherman, visit www.nancysherman.com. Or see reviews of her book, The Untold War:

New York Times Editor's Choice, www.nytimes.com

Time Magazine, www.time.com

Huffington Post: "One cannot overstate the importance of this book" - www.huffingtonpost.com.


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