OVERLAND PARK, Kan.
"Crowds that seem oppressive, or driving which can go back to some of their military experiences, or the loud noises," said Walter D.
"Being in that fight or flight mode for so long, when you come back from war, you still kind of have that response even though the triggers are vastly different," said Justin Hoover, Warriors' Ascent.
"Often times in the military they use the term 'battle buddy,' but have somebody that can be there that says, 'it's okay, I’m right here, I’m not going to leave you, it's okay, you're safe,'" said Disney.
"It really helps you kind of right the ship instead of just throwing out all the tools and skills saying 'oh well, this didn't work for me.' You can go to someone and they can kind of remind you, 'yeah, it's a tough day but this will pass,'" said Hoover.