Most of us, at one time or another, have been justifiably freaked out by something serious happening that we couldn't prevent or otherwise productively respond to. How many of you have had a stranger under those circumstances, someone who hadn't lived through what you did and knew almost nothing about what you or your loved ones had experienced, tell you to calm down? How many times did that actually WORK? Or was it more likely to make you just want to smack the condescending jerk telling you that? Now, add in PTSD, anxiety disorder, or anything else that might lead to an actual panic attack? Seriously, YOUR HOME AND FAMILY WERE JUST DESTROYED BY ZOMBIES!!!! And then some stranger comes up and tells you to calm down, and you're going to react to that HOW?? Add in the rate of military suicide that is exacerbated by a culture of stoicism that tells you you're supposed to deal with all sorts of traumatic things that OUGHT to make normal healthy people freak out but you're not supposed to be affected by it or admit that you're freaking out or to seek help? Seriously, devs, what on earth were you thinking? I'd be offended on behalf of all the vets and folks with PTSD and panic attacks that I know, if the whole thing weren't just too ridiculous to be worth offense. So I'll settle for extreme eye-rolling and WTF!? grimaces instead. This quest actually does give a compassionate, healthy option for the avatar: the "do you want to talk"? response. But veteran players will recognize, since it's on the far right, that the game is treating that as the "ignore this quest" response. New players, who don't know that yet, if they have any actual sense of compassion or common sense, are liable to click that and be confused when Preston just tells them to go away. The "calm down" option elicits him praising your compassion, but there's nothing compassionate about invalidating someone else's grief or fear, or about telling strangers what they ought to feel. Or for that matter, about someone's CO or fellow soldiers sharing their personal business with strangers. Everyone who GIVES that quest needs to be smacked. There's been lots of small cumulative improvements in the game over the few months I've been playing, but this quest is NOT one of them. Seriously, devs, what on EARTH were you THINKING?!