A return to Vietnam

Confronting long-held feelings of guilt, resentment, and anger through prayer

Sometimes after a war experience, people have painful memories that take time to heal. When I was a soldier in Vietnam, I had too many distractions to sort through the feelings and intense emotions I was experiencing. I had to have time to get some perspective and to work through the anger, resentment, and guilt that I was feeling by the end of my tour.

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