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What are we to do with what we have attained when we are done serving? What are we to do with the trauma we’ve experienced in service and the baggage […]
Your family needs for you to be strong and healthy and you’re the only one that can make that happen.
“All these factors land many of us in the trap of ‘This counselor (therapist, psychologist, etc) wasn’t helpful, so that means all ...
“What we do today has lasting effects long after we’re gone so what do you want your legacy to be?”
“Try is a lie we tell others and ourselves to disguise our cowardice when we have no intention of fulfilling a commitment.”
“Humans were created to be relational beings, and when we go through a trying ordeal alone, a lack of human connection can actually increase our anxiety ...
Almost everyone recognizes that something has to be done about the veteran suicide epidemic, but what, exactly, remains under hot debate.
What’s next for REBOOT?
“Working under that “push through it and suck it up” mindset is vital to getting through a tough call or safely out of a firefight and back to base. ...
“…it is possible to have a loving and fulfilling relationship in spite of the PTSD. However, the road is not smooth, and we have to be willing ...
Evaluating the effectiveness of REBOOT Combat Recovery: A faith-based combat trauma resiliency program
“God allows things to happen for a reason. Whether or not we understand His reasons, we must remember that God is good, just, loving, and merciful.”
“…I am the first person that you may speak to on possibly one of the worst days of your life.”
The importance of stopping the bleeding not only applies to physical trauma but also to the spiritual wounds we sustain in life.
When you are a caregiver, burnout happens and compassion fatigue is real. Giving and giving and giving with not much in return leads to frustration and ...
These unheralded heroes are suffering from effects of work-related trauma.
Involvement in local REBOOT trauma healing course turns tragedy into healing.
Through anonymously surveying 254 participants, we have found that LOVE actually CAN improve symptoms experienced by military families.
Veterans in the UK are suffering. With limited options for help, too many are turning to suicide. That is why REBOOT Combat Recovery is launching this week ...
Caring for a loved one can sometimes bring out the worst side of anger in us. Here are 5 practical tips that will help you to deal with your anger […]
Six practical ways that you can give care to children who are living with someone suffering from PTSD.
New Law Will Help First Responders with PTSD
How to build bridges to both the law enforcement community and to those who have unjustly suffered.
Learn about derivative stress, its dangerous effects and how to begin healing from it.
We equip ordinary people to bring extraordinary change to their communities. Are you our next course leader?
Is your anger out of control? Read on to better understand what sets you off and take back the reins from your emotions.
Follow these three steps to offer immediate, practical help to a loved one who may be considering suicide.
Discover the six underlying reasons why trauma sufferers often reject the help of others.
Therapy. Counseling. Prescriptions. Where do you turn when you’ve done it all and you’re still no better than when you started?
Sometimes the most profound truths can be learned from something as ordinary as a pencil.
When reaching out to veterans in need, don’t let your good intentions be sidelined by one of these common mistakes.
“REBOOT didn’t just save our lives and our marriage. REBOOT helped us build a new life and new marriage that is better than we ever thought ...
Do you cram your life’s garbage can until it overflows into a real mess? It’s time to take out the trash!
“Through REBOOT, I learned that others felt the way I had felt and that I wasn’t alone in my fight.”
It’s time to cut through the uncertainty and fear that surround PTSD so that the Church can respond with help and hope.
It’s easy for our careers to take control of our lives. Do you serve your career or does it serve you?
When healing from trauma, it’s important to utilize not just the most common solution, but the right solution.
“I began to see that I was in a battle that wasn’t against flesh and blood…”
If He walked the earth today, how would Jesus reach out and respond to those who suffer from the aftereffects of trauma?
“I felt my group leader couldn’t possibly know what I was going through… Boy, was I wrong.”