A New Direction

A wise man once said, “There is never a wrong time to begin moving in the right direction.” When it comes to the mental health care we provide to our returning combat vets, I believe we are reaching a point where that “time to change direction” will be lost forever.

WARNING: IF YOU HAVE THIN SKIN AND ARE PART OF THE MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM TREATING OUR WARRIORS, I AM ABOUT TO STEP ON YOUR TOES!

Now You Know

 

When working with wounded combat vets, I sometimes encounter “the question” from caregivers and spouses that I find difficult to answer or explain.  So in this week’s post, I wanted to share a bit of insight I have recently gained in the hope it will be beneficial for some of my readers.

Why Warrior?

I’ve received some recent inquiries from clients, specifically around the images of service members I use on Facebook, and how my coaching process applies to those that have not served in the military.

Some ask, “why warrior?” 

Others inquire, “Are you going to teach me to fight?”

Or “how can I accomplish more in my life if I am at war with someone?”

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