The military normally will not discharge a member with a short-term and treatable
condition. ... If you hide your depression, talk about it, or otherwise let it show.
The military may discharge a soldier who has a mental condition such as
depression. Any physical or mental illness that can interfere with a soldier's duty
Medical discharge or retirement can mean important medical and financial ....
Soldiers who have heard “you're depressed” from their military doctors may find ...
For a diagnosis of depression, these symptoms are experienced most of the day
for at least two weeks. Again, if untreated, these symptoms can persist for years.
www.vfp109rcc.org/Getting Out A Guide to Military Discharges.pdf
Would you rather remain in the military and hope your discharge will .... If you are
feeling depressed or helpless, or out of control, if you can't sleep or can't cope ...
First off I have a great record in the military and good remarks all around. ... But
no matter what i do Im always so depressed and full of anxiety. .... illness what
type of discharge do you get and are you still considered a Marine?
May 8, 2011 ... What conditions or behavioral issues are cause for discharge? ... When did you
begin the effort to standardize the delivery of mental health ...
Feb 11, 2015 ... Hi I recently honorably discharged from the Navy after serving five years. ... Are
there any support groups through the VA that you can attend?
Depression is a common psychological concern that can affect anyone,
anywhere at any time – whether or not you are a service member or veteran.
If you do not allow the examining physician to truly see your condition, you will
not get ... The condition shown right at separation may not demonstrate the true
.... Almost constant severe depression or panic, with the inability to function at all