iPM Honour nominee: Bob Paxman on PTSD
Bob used to be in the SAS, but his days in the regiment were cut short thanks to post-traumatic stress disorder - PTSD - which he was told couldn't be treated.
But that didn't stop Bob searching out therapies - one of which worked for him. And Bob didn't stop there. He set up a charity called Talking to Minds, to try to help other people suffering from PTSD.
Our reporter Becky Milligan met him to hear more - as you might expect when it comes to his job in special forces he's not able to talk about specific operations.
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