About Today’s Guest:
Annette M. Whittenberger, currently living in Fairfax, Virginia understands the challenge of veteran transition and development as she is a Retired Combat Veteran, an Army Spouse and mother to a college freshman and high school sophomore. She focuses on coaching others through PTSD, anxiety and depression and trauma.
She is a mentor with Veterati, eMentor and for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS).
She is also a blogger on Medium.com.
Annette has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Environmental Management.
In this Episode, you will learn:
- Annette’s background and experience
- Being open and honest about mental health challenges
- Talking openly because others are listening
- Setting the example for everyone
- Life as a dual military spouse
Links Mentioned in this Episode:
Article on Military Families.com
Annette on Social Media:
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