Author Robert L. Scheck offers an inside-the-mind of a typical, young 'baby boomer' soldier facing this dilemma during his tour of the war in Vietnam. Facing this historic event, he explains the traumatic episodes of his war, his transparent thoughts, and how wartime clearly affected his life, his marriage, his family and future. Scheck uses humor to soften the seriousness of the subject matter and shines a revelation upon those presently involved in today's wars, health calamities, and weather disasters. This treatise offers the reader therapy and understanding of the returning soldiers and their desperate need for healing, of the spirit, soul, and body. 'War isn't over when it's over.'