If you are suicidal, I will do my best to help you, but I am NOT a crisis counselor. If you are in immediate danger of killing yourself, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Suicide is NOT the right decision. Don’t do it. Reach out. There is hope for you.
You've come home. You may have PTSD, you may not. Everyone expects you to get on with your life. Pick up the pieces. Forget about it.
It's not that easy, is it?
If you're like most vets, life after war isn't what you'd thought it'd be. You've got a lot of questions, anger, sadness, disappointment, or you may not know what you're feeling. You might even feel just fine.
And yet...the war won't just go away.
How do you move forward?
How can friends and loved ones better understand you?
Where do you even begin?
Let's find out together....
If you’ve found this site, there’s a reason. You’re searching, you’re wondering, maybe you just need someone to tell you what you’re going through is normal – and that there’s hope for you.
Maybe you just need someone to listen without worrying that they’ll judge you. All of the work I do with vets is strictly on a volunteer basis – and I am not associated with any government or mental health organizations.
So reach out. It’s time you stopped walking this path alone. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, message me here on this site or via Facebook Messenger (scroll down for a link).
And let’s start finding a path that works for you.
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