U.S. Postal Service Debuts New PTSD Stamp
By USVCP Staff Writers
December 6, 2019
Have you seen the new stamped unveiled by the United States Postal Service (USPS)? The new stamp debuted recently, and serves as a way for USPS to raise funds for veterans who are living and suffering with the pain of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The new stamp is an illustration of a generic green plant sprouting out of the ground, surrounded by fallen leaves, with the words “Healing PTSD.” According to USPS officials, the stamp picture is meant to symbolize the PTSD healing process.
The stamp will be commissioned to help raise money for PTSD research, and to support PTSD programs within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
What do you think? Take a moment and take a short poll. We’d like to get your opinion.
Melynda Knott, 4/1/20
I love the stamp but do feel like an evergreen, or a simple wildflower, or even a marijuana plant for the good medical marijuana can do for PTSD. Of course, I don't really expect you to do that. But hemp and CBD ARE legal and they are good, too. Thanks for this, anyway. I'll take it and the recognition it brings to PTSD sufferers.
To me, the picture says. You are going to die and be replaced by a new life. We are all insignificant, no matter how big a deal or even how small a deal we think we are. Get over it, this is just temporary.