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You are not who you were before going to war…but you are not sick, flawed, broken or in need of fixing. You are expereincing a natural, but painful outcome of … Continue reading

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The Mature Warrior Identity

The role of warrior has a high, noble, and honorable status. In traditional societies, such as our Native Americans, when on the hunt, when camp was being moved, and in times of … Continue reading

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When tears come

When tears come, I breathe deeply and rest. I know I am swimming in a hallowed stream where many have gone before. I am not crazy, or having a nervous … Continue reading

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Warrior At Peace

Our hope is that Veteran’s Heart Georgia will be able to provide you with means for healing and resolving the invisible wounds of war; and that through this process you will … Continue reading

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What if PTS was regarded NOT as a mental disorder, but as a natural and inevitable effect of having been at war? What if PTSD was NOT regarded as a … Continue reading

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Virtually every single person in our society has been affected by war. Almost everyone has a personal story or a family member who has been damaged by war. We all … Continue reading

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Going beyond putting yellow ribbon magnets on our vehicles, sending cookies and care packages, beyond “Thank you for your service”… Some of the oldest stories from all cultures are about … Continue reading

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Weeping and waiting Welcoming and worrying You are not only spouses and parents, the “officially recognized” family, you are also the grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins, as well as the … Continue reading

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