When a soldier comes home from war, the return to civilian life can be extremely challenging. It can feel easier to share openly and deeply with fellow soldiers who know the same battlefield experience than with a spouse.
Now during the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals in hard-hit areas have been compared to warzones. And for some frontliners, it can be hard to go home and connect meaningfully with family after such intense shifts at work.
In the video below, Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD will explain how she would help a client reconnect with their partner, even when they aren’t able to talk about distressing experiences from their job.
Have a listen.
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