“One of those key precursors is isolation. We go to war with our brothers and sisters — but we're left to fight demons at home by ourselves. The VA mental health system needs to create more opportunities for vets to meet each other, share their stories, break that isolation, and process their pain. This is battle-forged trust and understanding. We need our battle buddies to survive post-combat as much as we need them to survive during it. Picnics, afternoon runs, bowling tournaments — simple gatherings can work wonders.”
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Transitioning is a process! There are many emotions that come along when life routines change. Mental coping, anger management, depressions and anxiety. Our farm offers so many emotion outlets!
Fitting back into a “normal” routine after a deployment can be extremely stressful. Our farm animals and staff offer several ways to become part of the team again, role management and communication.
Women in the military and especially in combat need specific mental health care. We take part in a “mans” world, wanting to stand side by side and become equal partners. As much as we would love this to be true, there are some instances that it is, however there are many where we are NOT. We are proud and we are warriors
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