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(2/6) Spirituality and Post-Traumatic Growth: Spirituality as Catalyst for Resilience

Research demonstrates that personal spirituality and religious observance carry great impact in the recovery from trauma and its related mental health consequences — including recovery from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and even risk for suicide. For many people, post-traumatic growth has even been propelled by a deepening growth of personal spirituality. The process of… Read More »

Warriors for Warriors free suicide prevention acupuncture treatments by David LoPriore, L.Ac.

Warriors for Warriors is a volunteer nonprofit offering veterans and military free acupuncture treatments, meditation and much more. We have provided over 6,000 treatments to veterans and with your help we can thank America’s veterans and continue to serve those who have served America. Free acupuncture treatment and comprehensive PTSD wellness training are given to… Read More »

Warriors for Warriors free acupuncture treatment and PTSD wellness training for veterans; Carmen.

Warriors for Warriors is a volunteer nonprofit offering veterans and military free acupuncture treatments, meditation and much more. We have provided over 6,000 treatments to veterans and with your help we can thank America’s veterans and continue to serve those who have served America. Free acupuncture treatment and comprehensive PTSD wellness training are given to… Read More »

Warriors for Warriors Free Acupuncture, Suicide Prevention & PTSD Wellness for US Military Veterans

Warriors for Warriors is a volunteer nonprofit offering veterans and military free acupuncture treatments, meditation and much more. We have provided over 6,000 treatments to veterans and with your help we can thank America’s veterans and continue to serve those who have served America. Free acupuncture treatment and comprehensive PTSD wellness training are given to… Read More »

Out of the Shadows: Women Veterans and Homelessness | Lily Casura | TEDxSanAntonioWomen

Women are one of the fastest-growing demographics in today’s US military. During and after their military service, women face unique challenges that can lead to homelessness. A longtime journalist, and newly minted master of social work (MSW), Lily Casura conducts macro-level research, performs data analysis, and studies policy implications regarding poverty, equity, education and homelessness,… Read More »

Debra's Story: Homeless Veteran with PTSD finds Support Through the Red Cross

Debra suffered from PTSD after being sexually assaulted while serving in the military. She carried those wounds with her for years, until they became too big carry. She reached out to the American Red Cross for shelter, food and emotional support. Today, she is thankful for the new life she has created for herself and… Read More »

Day 25 I'm done son!!

Last day thank you Rodney Monroe for tagging me it was an honor brother! Day 25 I do not own the rights to this music. I was nominated by Rodney Monroe lets goooo💪🏾 25 push-ups for 25 days challenge to hopefully raise awareness for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety and depression that drive people… Read More »

SIGNS – Scott Steele – PTSD Awareness

Signs, a powerful song about the struggles of our veterans and those fighting PTSD. A song meant to shed some light on the homeless veterans and those that truly need our help and support. 1 in 4 homeless men are veterans who have fought and served this country. Many battle with PTSD on a daily… Read More »

Tim Kennedy on PTSD, hurting innocents in combat, and managing stress

Special forces soldier and former UFC fighter, Tim Kennedy, shares his thoughts on how to manage PTSD, the psychological impact of hurting innocents in combat, and how we can manage stress in our day to day lives. Source: Youtube

#SE4E8 PTSD rating scale

Most veterans are in the dark about how the VA actually determines a rating for PTSD. If a veteran is granted a service-connected disability for PTSD the VA will assign a rating based on the current severity of the symptoms (not on the severity of the stressful event). The VA actually has published regulations on… Read More »