Boy Scout diagnosed with PTSD

Written by Dracula

Thursday, 16 May 2019

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"No Daddy! I don't want to be a Boy Scout anymore!"

San Francisco, CA—Conveying his concerns that the additional obstacles presented by life would be too much to bear, 12-year-old Boy Scout survivor, Andy Dunn, was reportedly worried Wednesday that he wouldn’t be able to handle growing up on top of everything else he had going on, after coming back from Boy Scout's Summer Camp.

Dunn was recently diagnosed with PTSD after returning from Summer Camp.

“I have lots of homework and a big history test coming up in the next few weeks, and I had even been thinking about trying out for my school’s soccer team, but having nightmares from that Boy Scout's Summer Camp is going to really cut into my studying time,” said the seventh-grader, who acknowledged that the intense feelings of anger and fear associated with trauma had already placed him significantly behind his peers, and added that there would likely be even greater challenges returning to Summer Camp next year.

His mum said Andy had to take miserable, cold showers in the morning during summer camp because the water heater had malfunctioned. He woke up every morning with mosquito bites on his face, and the outhouse smelled like fermented beans. He expected to eat eggs and bacon for breakfast, but, instead, was served hotdogs with grits. He got a big blister on his hand from having to start a fire by rubbing two sticks together. "When I told him we were going camping for the weekend, he ran into his room upset," said his mum.

The doctor said Andy would have a long road to recovery.

During Summer Camp, he heard his Scout leader, James Colter, screaming for his life while being mauled by a bear in pitch darkness at 2:00 am and now he's scared of his teddy being in his room at night.

"I wish I were responsible enough to look after Andy, but I’m just so scared that I won't do a good job, and now I'm considering putting him in foster care with a Boy Scout leader and his wife. I’m really sorry,” said his dad.

During his interview with Wierdo Press Andy Dunn had expressed hope that his life would get better.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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