Tag: PTSD Perspectives

Study Shows Role For Alpha-Stim Technology In Treating PTSD

I graduated from the Warrior Combat Stress Reset Program in 2013 and can testify that this is a proven technique. It’s a little weird at first, but within moments, you are calm and relaxed. This is a press… Read More

DOD Releases 2013 Suicide Event Report

Today, the Department of Defense (DoD) released its 2013 calendar year Suicide Event Report (DoDSER), which details the number of suicide attempts and deaths for U.S. service members. The DoDSER also includes detailed assessments of demographic information, behavioral… Read More

Army Releases February 2013 Suicide Information

The Army released suicide data today for the month of February 2013. During February, among active-duty soldiers, there were 11 potential suicides: three have been confirmed as suicides and eight remain under investigation. For January 2013, the Army… Read More

PTSD and our Allies

PTSD is not limited to just US troops or even just Americans. London Real TV has a new episode up of UK Territorial Army soldier Jake Wood as he describes his distinct and brutally taxing tours of duty… Read More

The Reality of Living With PTSD

Today, I had the honor of standing and saluting a great American hero as he passed through our small Texas town. Unfortunately, that honor had to be done posthumously. Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield were killed… Read More

PTSD and Gun Control

The Obama administration is set to release details of Vice President Biden’s “working group” on gun control tomorrow. He will lay out exactly what he plans to seek in terms of more regulations that he wants Congress to… Read More

Broken & Undone (An NRA-LOD Patriot Profile)

This a specialty piece to share with you today; it serves as a preview to this month’s Patriot Profile Feature “Broken & Undone” but it also serves as a preliminary tribute to Veterans Day next week. The title… Read More