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Veterans PTSD march London #IamSoldierX

Veterans PTSD march London today why are our veterans thrown on the rubbish dump as soon as they have finished putting their lives on the line. #IamSoldierX https://www.paypal.me/RevSimon https://discordapp.com/invite/H4Sh8AW https://www.patreon.com/ReverendSimonSideways https://www.bitchute.com/channel/t824BBQ3wefu/ https://gab.ai/reverendsimonsideways https://www.minds.com/revsimonsideways https://www.facebook.com/SimonPaulEvans1/ Home Page Source: Youtube

Military PTSD – Thriving not just surviving

Living with PTSD is difficult but you can recover and become more resilient. This Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling community webinar explores: • What it’s like to live with Military Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? • How can PTSD affect veterans’ families? • When to seek care? • Why PTSD is treated? •… Read More »

War veterans find sustenance–and solace–in farming

After Congress failed to pass a farm bill ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, a Department of Agriculture program that helps veterans transition into farming faces an uncertain future. For soldiers returning from war, farming can offer a new occupation, reintegration into civilian life and even therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. Special correspondent Mike Cerre… Read More »

About PTSD symptoms: “It sneaks up on you like a ghost in the night.” Veteran Edward J. Fair

Edward J. Fair, US Army, (1970 – 1972) “Smells and sounds, they bring things up.” Learn more about PTSD from Edward Fair and other Veterans who’ve been there: http://www.ptsd.va.gov/AboutFace Source: Youtube

CBD Hemp Oil for Veterans with PTSD

CBD – A New & Improved PTSD Treatment Living with PTSD is a nightmare for many of our military Veterans. From night terrors and hyper-vigilance, to simply being in a crowd, you never know when the condition will strike. It is truly horrible to be perpetually on the cusp of panic. Throughout the last decade… Read More »

Introducing The Veteran Family Toolkit

Bolton Clarke Chairman Pat McIntosh, AM, CSC explains the origins of the Veteran Family Toolkit and its purpose in providing hope and pathways to treatment for veterans and first responders. The video series supports people experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other physical, mental and moral injuries as a result of deployment or peacetime service,… Read More »