Veterans Believe They Were Misdiagnosed With Personality Disorders

Veterans and Their Stories

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Spc. Nicholas Jackson said he was diagnosed after a 45-minute meeting with a psychologist. After coming home, Jackson's marriage fell apart, he went AWOL and was less-than-honorably discharged. His mother told ABC News her son suffered traumatic brain injury from an IED explosion and has headaches, bizarre behavior, balance problems, back/feet numbness, insomnia and is easily frustrated. "It's very difficult for him, he's trying to find his way back…they treated it like they're behavior issues," Glenda Jackson said. "I'm picking up the pieces that my country gave us. But Nicholas saw changes and he saw a difference there. I'm behind everyone that's there." (Glenda Jackson)
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