Craig F. Walker
The Denver Post
"WELCOME HOME: THE STORY OF SCOTT OSTROM
Scott stands tensely in the kitchen, where his day starts with a panic attack. He said the day before was "one long panic attack" and that this day was starting out similarly. Scott said his PTSD was becoming unmanageable. "I don't know what I want. I need someone to tell me what to do," he said. He explained his panic attacks as tingling hands and feet - that his arms and legs felt detached. "I'm short of breath and my chest is tight, painfully tight."