Byline: Vicki Johnson, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Dear Ms. Vicki,
My husband returned from his fourth deployment in September and it has been hell living with him ever since. To be honest, he seemed to have changed with each deployment, but this last one seemed to be the worst for him.
I'm not sure what he saw or what his experience was, but something is very wrong with him and he refuses to report it or get help. He has terrible nightmares, so much that I'm afraid to sleep with him for fear that he may hurt me. I know he would not willfully hurt me, but I just don't know what could happen while he is asleep and flailing his arms and kicking.