Tag Archives: veteran

Guns, PTSD, and National Perception

Video 2 in the PTSD Series. This video is most likely going to be highly controversial to some, and to others hopefully it sheds some light on current events in this country. This video details why I feel guns and PTSD combined with the nations perception on soldiers with PTSD, are misrepresentative of what really… Read More »

PTSD: Trump says Veterans that commit suicide "Cant handle it"

SUBSCRIBE!!! Donald Trump: Military suicides happen to servicemembers who ‘can’t handle it’ http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/03/politics/donald-trump-ptsd-suicide/index.html Add me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+warvetgamer Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WarVet_MarsOne Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/disabled_war_vet/ Join me on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/warvetmarsone Source: Youtube

Veteran Takes Service Dog On 2,500 Mile Road Trip To Save Dog’s Life

Veteran Takes Service Dog On 2,500 Mile Road Trip To Save Dog’s Life If you have a beloved pet home, grab your tissues and hold on. This is going to be quite emotional. Dogs are extremely special creatures. Not only do they give us love and affection, laughs, and comfort, some of the are known… Read More »

PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is commonly thought of with regard to veterans, but PTSD can affect anyone. It can happen for many different reasons too. Learn more from Nick Finnegan Counseling Center therapist Derek Prins, LPC. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 713-402-5046. www.FinneganCounseling.org Source: Youtube

Do Not Become His PTSD Caregiver

Do Not Become His PTSD Caregiver One of the primary reason my first marriage broke down and why my second marriage is so successful, is not because I have fully recovered from PTSD. Melissa has never known me as ‘well,’ she as only known me as broken…but she has never seen me like that. When… Read More »

Painting as Medicine for PTSD | Saint Leon

SaintLeon is a father, Army #veteran, PTSD survivor and painter from Kansas City, Kansas. His multi-layered paintings are inspired by pop culture and street art, and doing his creative work serves as an effective outlet for dealing with the difficulties of living with traumatic memories from the war in Iraq, where he served in the… Read More »

Introduction to the VetChange app

VetChange is a free mobile application for Veterans and Servicemembers who have posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, and are interested in learning to manage problem drinking. It was created by a team at the National Center for PTSD, Department of Veterans Affairs. This app provides users with education about healthy drinking guidelines, a self-assessment and… Read More »

Introduction to the AIMS for Anger Management app

AIMS for Anger Management is a free and publicly available mobile app based on a training called Anger and Irritability Management Skills. The app was developed for Veterans who may be experiencing anger related to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It was created by a team at the National Center for PTSD, Department of Veterans Affairs.… Read More »

Day 1055 of 6901 for Suicide Awareness

Day 1055/6901. Push ups for Veterans suffering from PTSD, 22 of whom commit suicide daily. I am a serving member of the Royal Canadian Air Force and am pledging to do a set of push-ups to my maximum each day until the end of my contract in 2035. Please like and share to spread awareness.… Read More »

Sheryl Larson PTSD and the "Normal" state of the human condition The Sheryl Larson Interviews

In this session of The Smoke Pit Project I welcome a very special guest, long time friend, and very well accomplished mental health nurse Mrs. Sheryl Larson, who has worked for many agencies including the VA for several years, as well as working with many veterans in her career. In part 1 we discuss PTSD… Read More »