What if you could change your story, and would become the undefeatable hero (or heroine) that you dream of in your ordinary world? Not the kind with tight leggins and a cape but the one who get through his (or her) ordeals as an epic adventure of collective awakening and development.
“I grew up on eastern Long Island and watched a lot of CHIPS so I knew I wanted to be a pilot or cop. Once I realized how much math was involved to be a pilot, it sealed the deal on becoming a cop. I knew I wanted to do police work but my dadContinue reading “I was a first responder at the Pentagon on 9/11.”
Michael Sugrue began his law enforcement career in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Forces Officer in 1998. He specialised in Law Enforcement, Global Force Protection, Anti-Terrorism, Nuclear Security, Foreign Air Field Assessments and Air Base Ground Defense. Michael served in a variety of assignments including: Flight Leader, Flight Commander, Senior Watch Officer, ChiefContinue reading “Michael Sugrue #323 Post Traumatic Stress Injury.”
I Don’t like 22 club and I Don’t like to refer to statistiques. I Don’t like posting about PTSD all the time despite this is main Reason why me HERE. I Didn’t like a few things in this 2020, and I know it will be a year of battling and protests still 2021. What IContinue reading “Warrior Quest Veterans Weekend Retreat in January.”
Like many veterans throughout our country’s history, I needed mental medical attention but did not seek help BY: SAMANTHA NEROVE, POSTED ON MAY 28, 2017 A soldier crochets a garden of hope in the battlefield of despair. Pistol? Check. Body armor? Check. Yarn, hooks, crochet books? Check. My Combat Crochet Basic Load (CCBL) was prepped for battle. I was ready toContinue reading “Combat Crochet and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Yarn over…”
Since I find it hard to find time to stop and read a book, I decided to do it and share more relevant parts with you. “Fear” by Thich Nhat Hanh was one of the books on the list. My podcasts are now on the You Tube Channel. To spare your time, you can seekContinue reading “Fear by Thich Nhat Hanh.”