It got to a point whereby I could feel insecure even when am in the company of my wife alone and started withdrawing from all my relatives and friends as well as neighbors. It took the intervention of my uncle who was deployed operation storm and he convinced me to seek medical attention. He told me that I risked even running mad for I will be thinking that am in war. Upon seeing a psychiatrist, I was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I later learned that I was not the only person who was suffering from this condition. This is a condition caused by stress, which one can acquire through torture or witnessing horrific happenings. (Kinchin D, 54-89) The condition is very common among soldiers who have been to war front. Luckily, my wife stood with me throughout this trying moment and I am recovering well at the moment. My daughter came to understand the situation I was in and we have the loving relationship we used to enjoy before I flew to the war.