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 that it drops into our lives?
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 counselor’s suck.’”
“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 and hinder our coping abilities…”
“…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 to learn and grow on this journey.”
Published study links REBOOT Recovery with improved physical, mental, and social well-being in combat veterans
Evaluating the effectiveness of REBOOT Combat Recovery: A faith-based combat trauma resiliency program
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 exhaustion. But let this be an encouragement to you: God sees you!
These unheralded heroes are suffering from effects of work-related trauma.
Involvement in local REBOOT trauma healing course turns tragedy into healing.