We owe a considerable part of the peace and order we enjoy every day to unnamed heroes in our military forces. They have willingly devoted their prime years and best energies in service of the nation. In so doing, almost every aspect of their life has been specified or taken care of by the state – their education, housing, food, clothing, and allowances. Almost everything has been provided for, tax-free. It is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does have its side effects.
For many veterans, it is difficult to adjust to the normal life outside of the military. Most of these veterans face various mental and emotional challenges after coming from a rigorous process of combat. Because of these hardships, many may continuously feel disconnected from other people, emotionally numb, or close to exploding.