PTSD often comes home with soldiers, Nancy.
I'm glad he has the house to work on for a focus.
I was watching "Cedar Cove," on the Hallmark Channel. They had an ad for a series called "When Calls the Heart," which is produced by Michael Landon, Jr. and is based on the pioneer romantic writings of Janette Oak. I went to their site on-line, they have episodes you can watch there, if you sign in with a user name and password. They won't ask for money nor a credit card #, which is listed in their list of FAQ's. DH looked on our TV and this series isn't on our Hallmark channels nor On Demand, with Comcast. If I want to see it, I need to look at it on-line. Bummer. More sitting.
The photos at their site showed a Canadian Rocky Mountain Police. The actors in it are very good.
DH watches a lot of documentaries on the History Channel and Discovery and others. We watch about wars, weapons, space, nature, presidents, the Civil War, stories on Gettysburg, and so much more. I love documentaries because I always learn something new. In History class in H. S., the subject seemed boring and dry, but I remember my teacher's enthusiasm. Now that I'm older, I can understand my teacher's enthusiasm towards history, whereas when I was a teenager, I thought he was "weird." Now, I guess I'M the weird one.