The V.A. recently made it easier for veterans to be designated victims of PTSD. But if those PTSD patients are actually being helped by their treatments is still a matter of debate. Jim Worlein served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and came within feet of death many times. In the years following Jim's deployment, his PTSD symptoms - headaches, tremors, nightmares and panic attacks - got worse and worse. The treatment Jim received at the V.A. wasn't working, so he finally sought the help of a private therapist. Jim and his wife Lyz talk with Dick Gordon about life as a family coping with PTSD, and Jim's hopes for other veterans. Also: teachers will be retiring in record numbers over the next few years. Today, Dick Gordon speaks with one newly retired teacher from Iowa.