Family Life Changes as Troops Return from War

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Even when military personnel aren't injured physically or psychologically by experiences in war, long deployments take a toll on their families. The spouse left at home gets resentful, and the spouse who returns home from deployment often finds his or her role in the family has changed.

Erin Toner reports from member station WUWM.

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