The New Enemy - Post Traumatic Stress

The New Enemy - Post Traumatic Stress

June 27, 2019 0 Comments

The word Post Traumatic Stress DISORDER is ridiculous. I understand the Post Traumatic Stress part but the DISORDER? Why? Does having PTS really mean you have a disorder. Maybe to a clinical psychologists who refer to the DSM IV to diagnose a certain mental health issue it can be a disorder. However, the word disorder used for veterans can cripple your mental stability. 

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MARINE CORPS SUICIDE EPIDEMIC; ONE RET. MARINE'S SOLUTION

MARINE CORPS SUICIDE EPIDEMIC; ONE RET. MARINE'S SOLUTION

June 24, 2019 0 Comments

I hope this letter reaches you in relative peace. I am Fritz Sleigher and just retired out of MARSOC after 22 years in our beloved Corps. Thank you for the retirement note. I served as an 02, 0369, 0311, and 0317 with a smattering of other MOS’ at various units. I retired as a Gunny, which will come into play shortly. I watched your video and feel your pain. Although we have never met, I am certain that you feel each loss of life and are just as confused as to why Marines are taking their lives at an alarming rate. I’ll never understand the monumental burden of command you bear, but I am certain we both share the feeling of loss, guilt, and confusion after each suicide. The BLUF on suicide is this: The current culture of the Corps conflicts with itself and creates an environment where those in need feel even more secluded. I re-posted your article on FB, and several peers (recently retired enlisted combat vets) sing the same tune: The Corps let them down.

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Finding Your New Tribe - The Calling

Finding Your New Tribe - The Calling

May 06, 2019 0 Comments

This month is Military Caregiver's Month. Hannah Honsberger is a Raider wife with an amazing story of restoration. After her husband's life altering static line crash, Hannah rushed to Josh's side to help him through the debilitating injury that pulled him from his life's purpose and mission as an operator. But that is only the beginning of their story.

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Tools for Relationships Part 3

Tools for Relationships Part 3

March 21, 2019 0 Comments

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Tools for Relationships Part 2

Tools for Relationships Part 2

February 27, 2019 0 Comments

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Tools for Relationships

Tools for Relationships

February 26, 2019 0 Comments

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What is a DAD?

What is a DAD?

June 17, 2018 0 Comments

Brandan became a dad on August 28, 2009 at7:06 am. I had an emergency Cesarean because our sons heart rate went down drastically during delivery - It was happening so fast we didn’t even have time to think

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Badass of the Month

Badass of the Month

May 07, 2018 0 Comments

I was physically injured during service to my country, I was also emotionally shattered; transitioning to civilian life a constant challenge. I have had some success with equine therapy, the most successful treatment I had been through before the Serenity Trauma Healing Center program. The unique resources offered by Karl Monger and Gallantfew are like none other that I have ever had the privilege or access to in the past.

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Joshua Tree - More Than I Expected

Joshua Tree - More Than I Expected

April 30, 2018 0 Comments

Since all of the other participants share similar experiences, you develop a tight bond by swapping stories and having some laughs after a day of climbing. You get the feeling that even though your time in the military may have past, the brotherhood in which you share still exists. They are here for me and I am here for them, no matter what.

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Connection - The KEY to Social Fitness

Connection - The KEY to Social Fitness

March 01, 2018 0 Comments

The rise in the need for drugs, alcohol, physical and sexual activity could in part be due to the rise in people who are desperate for emotional stimulation. One thing is sure: you can develop the ability to connect with others relationally without substances nor inappropriate physical stimulation! Learning to shut down and close ourselves off emotionally may have been a survival strategy we developed as children that no longer serves us today.

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5 Tips for a Healthy Relationship with a Combat Veteran

5 Tips for a Healthy Relationship with a Combat Veteran

February 22, 2018 0 Comments

Post-Traumatic stress is real. Traumatic brain injuries are real. Insomnia, low testosterone, depression, hyper-vigiliance, all of those things are real. So as a partner of a combat veteran, how do you help your partner while also addressing the needs and desires you have as a human being?

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PTSD vs. Transition Stress

PTSD vs. Transition Stress

February 08, 2018 0 Comments

While post-traumatic stress disorder has become a much-discussed affliction, a seemingly more prevalent problem is going largely overlooked: transition stress. Think of it as a clinical-sounding diagnosis for that sense of alienation many veterans feel after they leave the military.

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