How War Wounds Are Also Passed Down To Children

War wounds linger, but in some cases, they can also be shared. For veterans like retired Army Staff Sgt. Jonah … Continued

War wounds linger, but in some cases, they can also be shared. For veterans like retired Army Staff Sgt. Jonah Hughes, his struggle with a severe brain injury means that he must lean on others for support — like his son Koen Hughes, who is 10. Washington Post’s Emily Wax-Thibodeaux takes an in-depth look at veterans and families who are dealing with, or trying to help, parents overcome their mental or physical wounds.

James Clark
James Clark

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