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The solitary veteran
Most civilians are oblivious to the solitary life of the vet.
As Veterans Day approaches, it is important for those who have never served to take a moment to understand the solitary world of a vet.  Millions of vets are successful in all endeavors and professions. They are doctors, lawyers, business people and a thousand other professions.  No matter how successful a vet might be, vets are often alone, mentally and spiritually each day and for the rest of their lives.

Many vets experienced and saw and heard and did things unimaginable to the average person. They also lived a daily camaraderie that cannot be repeated in the civilian world.  In fact, many vets spend the rest of their lives seeking the same esprit de corps that simply is absent from their civilian lives and jobs.  They long to spend just 15 minutes back with the best friends they ever had.

Vets are haunted by visions of horror and death, by guilt of surviving and living the good life, when some they knew are gone. They strangely wish sometimes that they were back in those dreadful circumstances, not to experience the dirt and horror and terror and noise and violence again, but to be with the only people a vet really knows, other vets.  All vets have thoughts nearly every day.

Part of the solitary world of the vet is being able to enjoy complete bliss doing absolutely nothing. This is a trait grating to civilians who must constantly search for endless stimuli. Unbeknownst to them, the greatest thrill of all is just being alive.

So many vets walk around each day lost in their own special story. They were once great actors on a giant stage. Maybe they were heroes and now they arent anymore. Maybe they helped save the world and now they cant. Maybe they gave orders and now they take them.  Perhaps their lives now are smaller and slower.

A vet has a hard time explaining what he or she did to those who didnt serve. Some vets want to talk, but they have no outlet. Maybe their only outlet is watching a war movie or reading a book about the conflict they were in.

How often do people say, Grandpa never talks about Korea.  Thats because Grandpa knows no one can understand except other vets. Thats because Grandpa knows most people dont care.  Vets speak another language, a language of their past.

All of this adds to the solitary world of the vet. Some are better at handling life afterwards than others.

So, this Veterans Day, if you see a vet sitting by themselves at a restaurant or on a train or shopping at the grocery store alone, take a moment to speak with them. Take them out of their solitary world for a moment. You'll be happy you did.

I talk to vets.  Unfortunately I cant handle the graphic details of some of their experiences, it overwhelms me.  This article doesnt really mention the nightmares they have.

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