Melvin Brown is a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, one of 2.5 million that fought in one or the other, let alone both. He is also one of an estimated 500,000 of those veterans with PTSD. With a family to stick by his side, you could say he's one of the lucky ones, but what about his family? His son recalls, ''He would always be upset . . . a lot of negative emotions. He would put the blame on myself, my brother, my sister, my mom. That was just how he was. He was a drill sergeant in the military, and he would bring that drill sergeant home.''
Watch Melvin's journey from substance abuse and insomnia to learning the Transcendental Meditation technique and finding peace.
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