In addition to their PTSD, veterans feel ashamed that they’ve failed to live up to the standards of hyper-masculinity, and they feel isolated and rejected by their friends, and that makes their PTSD and depression even worse.
In this episode of the The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry says thank you to all the dads who have served our country.
Much to my personal delight, I had the opportunity to read my new friend Chris Hunt’s phenomenal effort CARVER:A Paris Story.This is a no nonsense, violent, layered, personal story of an ordinary man, Francis Carver, surviving extraordinary circumstances and what is left of that man in it’s wake. Carver is no Superman, he’s not Bond,…
Embed from Getty Images—Dancing with the Stars, Iraq hero is shining his light on many veterans by teaming up with Danny Watson to support veterans. Together they are giving back by building homes and raising money to enhance the lives of many. There love for veteran services is not only gratifying but has enabled Noah to push forward…
Sean Davis shouldn’t have to explain why veterans and their families shouldn’t be used as props. But please listen as he does.
The frightening world of sports, concussions and traumatic brain injury.
Sean Davis remembers the fallen soldiers he served with and looks ahead to new challenges.
His daughter learned and then taught him the value in honoring the tradition of Memorial Day.
On this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Danny Fleary shares what it means to be a vision carrier.
PTSD and TBI claim too many lives each day. Here are enough ways to help each other and yourself.
Civilian doctors might not know that their patients have served in the military.
Support veterans — absolutely. Make it sustainable not by one time contributions but through legislation that ensures that their needs will always be a part of our national policy.
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Just as polio stalked the 1950s, and AIDS overshadowed the 1980s and ‘90s, post-traumatic stress disorder haunts us in the early years of the twenty-first century.
These veterans in Chicago stand guard on the front lines to give kids safe passage to and from school.
I realized that while he left the military years ago, the military can not—and will not—leave him.