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“One Soldier’s PTSD Story”

One of our graduates created these sketches during her time in our program in August 2018. She regularly posts sketches on Instagram under the handle OneSoldiersPTSDStory. We are wowed by her artistry and honored to have paired her with her service dog. Source: Youtube

Military deployment is hard on family. Coming home can be even harder.

Richard Parker spent years away from his family while serving combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. The impact on his family didn’t end when he returned. Post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury have left Parker and his family in a constant battle to adjust to civilian life. Video by John Fitzhugh / The Sun… Read More »

Combat veteran with PTSD struggles to adjust to civilian life

After serving three combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, Richard Parker of Pascagoula struggles to adjust to civilian life. His family shares the impact of his PTSD and physical injuries as he works toward becoming as normal as he can. Video by John Fitzhugh / The Sun Herald Read more: https://www.sunherald.com/news/local/military/article207154284.html More from The Sun… Read More »

Wife ‘will do anything’ to help her husband, a veteran with PTSD

When Casey Kennedy of Biloxi, MS returned from Iraq with post traumatic stress and physical injuries, his wife began a battle to help save him. Amber stays at home to serve as his caregiver and vows to do whatever she can to keep him safe. Video by John Fitzhugh / The Sun Herald Read more:… Read More »

Service dogs play in important role for veterans with PTSD

U.S. Army and National Guard veteran Richard Parker of Pascagoula always wondered why Mississippi didn’t recognize service dogs for people with post-traumatic stress disorder. The state Legislature passed House Bill 944, allowing veterans with PTSD to have service dogs in public places, including businesses. The bill took effect July 1, 2018. Video by John Fitzhugh… Read More »

Journey into Madness Volume 2 – My hallucination tried to kill me.

This is a Story time about how one of my many hallucinations tried to off me, and almost did. http://www.ptsd.va.gov/ http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/post-traumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd/index.shtml Source: Youtube

Robin Engholm’s Story | Maluna Combat 22

Robin Engholm joined the U.S. Air Force fresh out of high school. Like thousands of veterans and those who serve, she battles post traumatic stress and has lost friends to suicide. A lot of people think PTS only affects those who see active duty or that it affects more men than women. For Robin, it… Read More »

Lack of Traumatic Stress Disorder

Tyler Grey explains to Ross Patterson and Bert Kuntz what he believes has been affecting him as a veteran of combat and it is far from what the doctors think. An excellent conversation about the unique situation many vets may be finding themselves in and doctors can’t yet classify. Audio Shows available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/drinkin-bros/id1061361026?mt=2… Read More »

Project Enlist: Accelerating TBI, PTSD, and CTE Research in Military Veterans

The Concussion Legacy Foundation has partnered with the Infinite Hero Foundation to launch CLF Project Enlist. The goal of Project Enlist is to dramatically accelerate critical research on traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in military veterans. Learn more at ConcussionFoundation.org/ProjectEnlist Take the pledge to donate your brain… Read More »

The Darkside of Post Traumatic Stress Injury pt.1

A two part video discussing how and why those of us who have been diagnosed with PTSD, can at times have a self defeating attitude and behavior. Please leave comments and subscribe! Thank you for visiting. Source: Youtube