‘Your Life After Trauma’ Radio: ‘Veteran’s Day Tribute’

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The beauty of the military mind is how it perceives situations and calculates responses. What I continue to learn from the veterans I meet is how we can use experiences to grow, create and give back. Each of this week’s guests has trauma in their history. And yet, they continue to build positive lives and community resources. That’s the spirit I hope to share on this week’s show.

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This week  in honor of our ‘Veteran’s Day Tribute’ show on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ we will have special guests Kevin Taylor from Hope4Vets, Dr. Alberto Fernandez-Milo, the Director of Mental Health at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, and David Johnson, President, CEO & Board Member of Armedzillaall who have served or currently serve our military veterans. The show airs 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM.

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Listen to past episodes of YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA here!

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Here is a guest post from a veteran: PTSD – A Veteran’s Perspective

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A special Veterans Day note this week:

POV, PBS’ independent film series, will launch the national broadcast of the film Where Soldiers Come From on Thursday, November 10 at 9:00 PM EST. Here’s a link to the trailer and below is a short synopsis of the film:

“From a snowy, small town in northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan, Where Soldiers Come From follows the four-year journey of childhood friends who join the National Guard after graduating from high school. As it chronicles the young men’s transformation from restless teenagers to soldiers looking for roadside bombs to 23-year-old combat veterans trying to start their lives again, the film offers an intimate look at the young Americans who fight our wars, the families and towns they come from — and the way one faraway conflict changes everything. A co-production of Quincy Hill Films and ITVS in association with American Documentary | POV, with funds provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. (90 minutes)” 

 The film will also be available to watch on the PBS website in its entirety starting Friday, November 11.



 
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