Monthly Archives: August 2014

A Soldier’s Real Life

Many of us here in the US applaud those who fight for our freedom. I would even say most of us. Any time someone comes around who demeans our soldiers we get enraged and remind them of all they have done to serve our country. “They risked their lives for your freedom!” is one of our most common responses. This is very true, and a commendable response. I wonder, however, … Continue reading

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Light Bulb Moment

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During my past few visits to the chiropractor, I had a little light bulb go off within my head. I now have a new perspective about going to the chiropractor, what it takes to become healthy again, and how to become healthy. I also learned, believe it or not, how to manage my PTSD more effectively. As I mentioned before I left the Army with quite a few physical limitations. … Continue reading

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Faith

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Lets just be honest – dealing with a person who has PTSD day in and day out is a pain in the a**!! Today I am at my wits end!  Always having to be “on” to smooth out the bumps in our relationship is stressful but then add in the kids when they don’t understand why Daddy is mad for no reason … it’s a bit much some days!   … Continue reading

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2014 May CBS Fundraiser

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CBS Studios fundraiser, what a blast! We had great entertainment with the hilarious Tom Papa and Veteran Comedians Thom Tran and Katie Robinson. Dr. Roxann Abrams spoke briefly about losing her son, SFC Randy Abrams, to PTSD suicide and then went on to give a very informative talk about our VIP treatment program and why it is the innovative solution our Troops have been waiting for! We had fabulous food, a … Continue reading

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