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Medical CBD Benefits for PTSD

Are you having a difficult time coping with post-traumatic stress syndrome disorder? Traditional therapies and medication may not work for you. Now, there's hope...

PTSD In The Workplace: What Employers Can Do To Improve The...

PTSD is one of the most common conditions affecting veterans, with up to 20% of service members involved with the Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom operations being affected each year.

Veterans Disability Lawsuits

If you’re getting undermined through bureaucracy or negligence, if that sort of thing is preventing you from pursuing your personal life reasonably, it’s just possible that you’ve got a case.

Mental Health Tips For Helping Veterans

Veterans Day not only offer an opportunity for us to thank them for their service but also allows us to remember and reflect on their sacrifices.

How to Help Loved One Deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder...

Once you have greater insight into what it's like to deal with PTSD, you can respond more appropriately to your loved one. Learn how

9 Best Jobs For People With PTSD

Searching for a job in this market is hard enough without suffering from PTSD. Still, there are opportunities available if you know how to look for them. In this article

Oklahoma Christmas Party Helps Veterans Suffering From PTSD

While Christmas is normally a time of merriment and joy, for those with PTSD, the holiday season can be one of the hardest. However, an Oklahoma City organization is trying to help.

CreatiVets Pairs Hit Songwriters with Veterans to Help Combat PTSD

For many veterans, returning home after war is a challenging ordeal. Numerous men and women who have served our country suffer from post-traumatic stress (PTS) and struggle to get reintroduced into society, some even commit suicide.

Signs a reminder of impact of fireworks on veterans with PTSD

Over the next week, expect to hear a lot of booms, pops and crackles as Coloradans celebrate America’s independence.

Here’s Why Veterans Suffering From PTSD Should Get Access To Legal...

In 2011, a now 76-year old disabled veteran named Lee Carroll Brooker was arrested for growing three dozen marijuana plants in his home.

When Johnny Came Home

It was as if there was an invisible wall between him and life. There didn't seem to be much of a reason for life, survival or the future. He tried to hide from his real feelings, by using drugs and alcohol and lots of it.

VetLikeMe, October 30 2014

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has proposed sweeping changes in federal small busslaminess size standards based on inflation that could force thousands of small business that depend on federal contracts to close their doors.

VetLikeMe, October 9, 2014

Entrepreneurship and self-employment endeavors – the nucleus of new business and future business growth — are at record lows, according to many analysts.

Dancing With The Enemy

"Shall we dance" ~ nervously spoken from a shy Palestinian boy to an equally nervous young Israeli girl, is breaking down fear based separation walls that have existed in the Middle East for decades.

Combat Vets Last Hope is often Man’s Best Friend

- When combat veterans with PTSD lovingly relate to their special needs pets ~ they are in essence setting the stage to fully love and forgive themselves

The 12 Truths of Roland’s Unified Field – Now on Kindle

Think of the ego as a protective cocoon that is eventually meant to be shed. The Unified Field can be visualized as a grid of great luminosity joining all living beings within its energy field of love.

Why Are We Sending Vets to Costa Rica (and Canada and...

End the US Ban on Igobaine    By Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall   The psychedelic drug ibogaine is used to treat drug addiction and alcoholism in more...

Finding the Christ in Christmas

Thus, finding the Christ in Christmas means finding the Christ within ourselves and letting that light shine forth to all others throughout the year.

Brain Injuries Tied to PTSD in Marines

Active-duty Marines who suffer a traumatic brain injury face significantly higher risk of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new study.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – November 18, 2013

Veterans and elected officials gathered Saturday morning at the first Veterans Legislative Forum to discuss the main issues veterans face today…

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – November 14, 2013

Program Analyst, Social Media Administrator, Veterans Benefits Administration Casondra Williams' "invisible monster" - PTSD

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – November 08, 2013

There is now an online “Coach” — developed by VA’s National Center for PTSD — which Veterans can access from their personal computers to help them manage PTSD symptoms.

Veterans Day

A meditation on Veterans Day...

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – October 25, 2013

PTSD: Exposure versus Cognitive Therapy: VA is preparing to launch a study that will examine the two leading forms of treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder: Prolonged Exposure Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy.

PTSD is Really Post Traumatic Heart Disorder ~ Only Love Heals

PTSD is a form of Post Traumatic Heart Disorder and many people suffer the same symptoms when they have been rejected, abandoned or hurt in a love relationship.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – October 15, 2013

If you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, visit Military Pathways to take a free, anonymous, online self-assessment for common mental health conditions such as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder or generalized anxiety disorder.

Self-help for Posttraumatic Stress

Online self-help tools offer education and coping skills to those affected by trauma, in addition to effective treatments for PTSD. These tools can also be useful for everyday stress management.

Veteran Suicides and Family Killings – What Can We Do?

- ”This is what brought me to my actual final mission. Not suicide, but a mercy killing,”...Daniel Somers

Veterans Helping Veterans

As your constituent and a member of Veterans-For-Change [VFC], an advocacy group for Veterans rights, benefits, and treatment, we bring to your attention the ever-increasing problems affecting Veterans and their families every day.

Suicide Prevention Month

September is Suicide Prevention Month. As such the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is getting the message out about the Veterans Crisis Line.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – September 03, 2013

Posted by U.S. Public Health Service Capt. Janet Hawkins, Deployment Health Clinical Center. Capt. Janet Hawkins is a violence prevention subject matter expert at the Deployment Health Clinical Center.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – August 28, 2013

As part of developing this registry, we asked for public comments on the proposed questionnaire by August 20, 2013. We received more than 300 comments.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – August 22, 2013

National Immunization Awareness Month is a reminder that people of all ages can protect their health by getting recommended vaccinations.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – August 20, 2013

Today, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Young Invincible announced the Healthy Young America video contest in an effort to inform young people about health insurance coverage and new options under the Affordable Care Act.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – August 09, 2013

The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system with over 1,700 sites of care, serving 8.3 million Veterans each year.

Absurd US ‘terror alert’ hints at coming false-flag

Hundreds of millions of people remain under post-hypnotic suggestion: “Fear the terrorists! Obey the government! Believe the nonsense!”

Veterans With PTSD Caught in System

An unfortunate industry trend on the rise is the number of veterans involved in the criminal justice system – approximately 10 percent of people who are incarcerated at any one time are estimated to be veterans. With many of them suffering from PTSD, mental illnesses or substance abuse problems, several national initiatives and treatment programs have surfaced to help prevent unnecessary incarceration when possible.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – July 11 2013

The mission of the VA is to serve Veterans with the highest-quality health care available anywhere in the world. Here is an introduction to benefits and links to find out more and how to apply.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – July 10 2013

President Barack Obama on Monday urged his cabinet to create ways to make the government more efficient, saying American taxpayers deserve the best bang for their buck…

Stressing The Point: When is a PTSD Claim Legitimate… and When...

PTSD is a condition that arises from exposure to life-threatening circumstances and it was first diagnoses among some of the survivors of wartime combat.