One of the Greatest Weapons in the Miltary’s Arsenal was Useless Without the Head space and Timing Gauge. Veterans Can Be Rendered Inoperable if their Headspace and Timing is Not Set Correctly As Well.

Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

ACRONYM: A Documentary About Veteran Mental Health

ACRONYM: A Documentary About Veteran Mental Health

There are some movies that are helpful when trying to explain combat and the impact of experiencing combat to those who haven’t been there. I’m not talking about Hollywood, although I do have a love-hate relationship with war movies. I don’t have the experience of Vietnam, but something tells me that Platoon was about asRead more about ACRONYM: A Documentary About Veteran Mental Health[…]

Helping Veterans Trapped by Their Own Experiences: Learned Helplessness and Veteran Mental Health

Helping Veterans Trapped by Their Own Experiences: Learned Helplessness and Veteran Mental Health

This post was originally posted as part of the American Counseling Association Blog Project. Original post can be located HERE As part of this series of articles that explores the psychological impact of a veteran’s military service that goes beyond PTSD and TBI, the concept of Learned Helplessness is a significant factor in veteran mental health. WhileRead more about Helping Veterans Trapped by Their Own Experiences: Learned Helplessness and Veteran Mental Health[…]

Zero to Sixty is Fun, Sixty to Zero Not So Much

Zero to Sixty is Fun, Sixty to Zero Not So Much

Have you ever experienced the rush of thrill that comes from rapid acceleration? There’s something about going from zero to sixty in less than eight seconds that brings a smile to my face. Hundreds of experiences attempt to capitalize on our human desire for rapid acceleration: roller coasters, skydiving, motorcycles. While there is certainly aRead more about Zero to Sixty is Fun, Sixty to Zero Not So Much[…]