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sethnintendo said:

Put him in the trenches during WW1 and then he can experience true shell shock.  Swear people these days would get ptsd from watching WW2 footage.

Getting PTSD from war... Or getting PTSD from seeing someone being beheaded... Or getting PTSD from any number of reasons is no less or worse than each other, it's still PTSD... And it's still something that can have far reaching effects for an individual and those around them.

The "snowflake" mentality that you are adhering to isn't really helpful for those in need or those affected and is part of the problem of why so many people don't seek help when they actually should regardless of field they are in.