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Jenea, a 30 year-old Ukrainian soldier, convalescent from his injuries at the Kiev Central Advancing Hospital [Ioana Moldovan/Al Jazeera]
Donetsk, Ukraine – Thin curves of cigarette smoke float through the dimly lit underground corridor. This Ukrainian army alembic sits on the advanced band of the action with agitator fighters in the east of the country. Muffled blasts can be heard outside.
Grom puts out addition cigarette. His affliction is categorical aloft his face.
Just moments before, soldiers were sitting on a daybed watching television. Then, all of a sudden, there was blood, medics and a associate with a arch abrasion from a adhesive annular that had hit his underground shelter.
It is August 2015 and the aboriginal time I accept met Grom. His absolute name is Aleksandr, but now anybody calls him by his nom de guerre, which agency thunder.
The 33-year-old is from Vasylkiv, Kiev Oblast, and is one of the Zenit unit’s two sappers or action engineers. He is additionally a advancing analyst and understands able-bodied the cerebral assessment of this war.
One break stays with him. It was November 2014, in Mariinka, Donetsk Oblast, and his assemblage of 50 men was beneath advance from added abundant agitator forces. Activity abiding that afterlife was certain, he alleged his ancestors to say goodbye.
When he and his assembly staged a counterattack, he asleep his aboriginal beastly being. “I did not feel anything,” he says. “I could not anticipate of anything.”
Afterwards, he alleged his ancestors to acquaint them: “I’m animate and fine.” They cried. He action aback asked if he did too.
There are abounding affidavit why Ukranian soldiers are abashed to see psychologists. Some don’t accede that they accept a problem, while others abhorrence the stigma associated with brainy affliction or accept that a actuality who hasn’t accomplished war could never accept what they accept been through.
“These men are adamantine guys, they don’t accept fears,” Grom says of his comrades.
Some 20km northwest of Kiev, a Russian man sits in a Post-Traumatic Accent Ataxia (PTSD) seminar for veterans of the war in the east.
Pavel is from Moscow and a affiliate of the Russian Rebel Army that came to action alongside Ukrainian forces.
At the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary in Pushcha-Voditsa, Pavel sits in a amphitheater of added than a dozen people. His elbows are on his knees, but his fingers don’t stop moving. He leans aback in his chair. The tips of his atramentous covering army boots pat the attic in a abrupt rhythm. He doesn’t allocution much, but aback he does, it is to joke.
He is at the Blood-soaked Warrior Ukraine’s academy for those with shock agony because a acquaintance abiding him to come. But it has taken a continued time to get him here.
“The better botheration is that guys who accept PTSD don’t appetite to realise it,” Pavel says.
“I am one of these guys. But I apperceive article afflicted central me,” he confesses.
In a bend of the room, a ample blooming block fabricated out of Roshen amber confined sits on a table. Local accouchement accept able it for the soldiers. Two baby windows let in algid air.
A loud barrage aback fills the allowance – 15 choir in unison. One of the concrete contest in which the soldiers angle with their all-overs apart, abashed their hands, snapping their fingers, patting their shoulders, afresh their knees, over and over, harder and faster anniversary time, has aloof assured with babble and an barter of hugs.
This is the aboriginal in a alternation of four seminars spanning bristles months. The aim is to alternation Ukrainian servicemen to become Action Shock Trainers. They apprentice how to action military-induced cerebral shock and PTSD as able-bodied as how to alternation their colleagues to do the same.
“Many soldiers cannot accessible [up] to strangers, to psychologists or shrinks, but they can accessible [up] to their comrades,” explains Oleh Hukovskyy, a psychiatrist, psychotherapist and advance trainer with Blood-soaked Warrior Ukraine.
“We alpha to actualize a hidden articulation in the arrangement … veterans who can accommodated soldiers aback they appear aback from the war, [becoming] the aboriginal articulation amid civilians and soldiers.”
Teaching soldiers how to become cerebral advisers is an abstraction that appeals to participants in the seminar.
“People from ATO [those who accept alternate in the Ukrainian advancing operation adjoin agitator armament in the Donbass, referred to as the ‘Anti-Terrorist Operation’] should appear calm and communicate, allotment experiences, thoughts and fears,” says Maxim, a 25-year-old soldier who went through the Blood-soaked Warrior training and is now a academy co-trainer.
“This is the best cure, it leads to self-healing. They don’t charge psychologists,” he adds.
As a advance soldier, Maxim says he was never abashed of dying, but he did abhorrence actuality wounded.
On August 19, 2014, the affair he alarming best happened. A abundance exploded and Maxim absent his appropriate leg from beneath the knee – and with it, he says, his independence.
But aback he got his prosthetic in November of that year, it was as admitting he had been accustomed a new charter on life. He acquainted joy at the anticipation of regaining his independence, of no best accepting to use crutches to get around.
That activity lasted for a ages and afresh the abasement started to set in. He grew
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