Jerrald Jensen sits in the room he uses as an office in February, where he paces when his post-traumatic stress disorder intensifies. "My wife will say, 'When are you going to participate with life? When are you going to be with me?' But she knows she has to let me sit here, because if I come out and fake it, then I'll get cranky and everyone else will be worse off," Jensen says. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
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