Mission Trips. What Are They and Who Are They For?

In 2015 my oldest son and I went on our first “Mission Trip”. I was hesitant and was convinced that this wasn’t my thing. The trip was to Guatemala to help do some work at an orphanage outside of a small town. I really had no idea what I was getting into or what to …

The Forging of Man

How men, and women, are truly made is through adversity, pressure, extreme stress. After all these tests, a person’s level of perseverance, resilience, strength, character and beauty are found. As we go the way of life, we are presented with a number of opportunities to refine ourselves or to be forged. This starts at a …

Affordable Steps Can Help Veterans Sleep Better (and Get Healthier)

By Brad Krause, Self Caring Active military personnel don't always have a say in their sleep schedules. And you might have gotten used to early wake-up calls and running on more adrenaline than quality rest. But as a veteran, re-acclimating with civilian life involves a lot of changes—and that includes your wellness routine. Sleep is …

PTSD Is A Choice. There’s Another Option.

Having been involved, passionately, in the PTSD debacle over the past 18 months what I've learned is what the title says, "PTSD is a choice".  Stating this to most people who have been diagnosed will strongly disagree without hesitation. Why? Because most everyone feels there is no alternative. You're broke, you can't be fixed so …

Why I Take Kyani for PTG

The answer is simple. It’s for proper oxygenation throughout my body. Primarily, the Amygdala, but for many other reasons as well. As I’ve increased the breadth and depth of my own personal research on PTSD, anxiety and depression I’ve stumbled across quite a few very interesting articles and medical papers. Along with that, I’ve also …

We All Walk The Path of Life

I am on a path. That path is called "Warrior PATHH" and I was introduced to this at Boulder Crest Retreat in February 2017. The path never ends and if embraced, the path leads to understanding past experiences and welcoming new experiences with more knowledge of self and preparation for receiving the unknown. The more …

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