Why combat stress is supposed to happen
How to create a more friendly environment for combat veterans
How to recondition our brain for the civilian world
What we speak about:
Personal stories of combat stress
The brain’s neuroplasticity, why and how it changes in combat
How to recondition our self for civilian life
What society can do to assist
For 18 years we are raised in society, we become one piece in our communities puzzle. When we join the military that puzzle piece is ripped out and put into a new puzzle where it’s reshaped or reformed, if we deploy to combat it’s reshaped even further. When we return home that puzzle pieces is once again ripped out and tried to be placed back into it’s original space, not only does it no longer fit in, the gap in societies puzzle is no longer there. Our family, friends, and our community have learned how to live without us.
23rd Veteran teaches the community how to re-open that puzzle, allowing an environment more friendly for veteran's transition to a civilian life.
Who we've spoken to:
Rotary & Kiwanis Clubs
Memorial Day and Veterans Day Events
Fortune 500 Corporate Offices