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

Cognitive Impairment and the Neurological Basis for PTSD

Cognitive Impairment and the Neurological Basis for PTSD

  This post is an original article written by Dr. Blair Cano. Blair is a United States Navy veteran and licesned psychologist working in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She specializes in adult and pediatric neuropsychology and neurofeedback.  When confronted with a life-threatening event, the body reacts with a state of hyperarousal, designed to ‘protect’ humans againstRead more about Cognitive Impairment and the Neurological Basis for PTSD[…]

The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college

The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college

This post is an original article written by Timothy Wienecke. Tim is a United States Air Force veteran and clinical mental health counselor practicing in Golden, Colorado. He has specialized in supporting veterans transitioning to higher education after the military through his work as a facilitator for the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) programRead more about The Veteran Scholar: Five things to do during your last year of college[…]

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things That Will Make Your First Year of College Better.

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things That Will Make Your First Year of College Better.

This post is an original article written by Timothy Wienecke. Tim is a United States Air Force veteran and clinical mental health counselor practicing in Golden, Colorado. He has specialized in supporting veterans transitioning to higher education after the military through his work as a facilitator for the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) programRead more about The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things That Will Make Your First Year of College Better.[…]

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College

The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College

This post is an original article written by Timothy Wienecke. Tim is a United States Air Force veteran and clinical mental health counselor practicing in Golden, Colorado. He has specialized in supporting veterans transitioning to higher education after the military through his work as a facilitator for the Peer Advisers for Veteran Education (PAVE) program at the UniversityRead more about The Veteran Scholar: 5 Things to Look At When Choosing a College[…]

Physician Heal Thyself: The Lingering Burden of the Combat Medic

Physician Heal Thyself: The Lingering Burden of the Combat Medic

This post is an original article written by a combat medic. While desiring to remain anonymous, they also wanted their story heard. Any effort by any veteran to tell their story, in any way, is beneficial to both the veteran and the reader. I was standing there listening to Martinez tell that same stupid joke forRead more about Physician Heal Thyself: The Lingering Burden of the Combat Medic[…]

Navigating Post-Military Transition: Five Questions to Keep You On Course

Navigating Post-Military Transition: Five Questions to Keep You On Course

This post is an original article written by veteran Jeff Decker. Jeff is Army veteran who writes about how veterans can overcome the invisible wounds of war and leverage their military experiences  to achieve their personal goals. “If I had an hour to solve a problem I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinkingRead more about Navigating Post-Military Transition: Five Questions to Keep You On Course[…]

Mindfulness: Veterans Focusing on Now, Not the Past or Future

Mindfulness: Veterans Focusing on Now, Not the Past or Future

This post is an original article written by Jason Juardo. Jason is a Former Marine and a veteran of the Persian gulf War. In addition to his experience in retail management,  he provides Executive business Coaching and Life Coaching with a focus on personal development, goal achievement and performance enhancement. In the recent past there has beenRead more about Mindfulness: Veterans Focusing on Now, Not the Past or Future[…]

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

This post is an original article written by Pete Howell.  Pete joined the Canadian Army Reserves when he was 17 years old and served over 6 years in the Canadian Forces. Today, he’s in Sales and Business Development within the manufacturing sectors specifically within Rotating and Mechanical Applications across Western Canada. The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission. ItRead more about One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration[…]

An Observation

An Observation

This post is an original article written by Aaron Skogen . Aaron is a senior operations professional employed by The Toro Company. He writes to share ideas and generate a conversation. Most often you will find him writing personal stories exploring the correlation between our personal and professional lives.The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission.Read more about An Observation[…]