This past Saturday was Veterans Day. I often wonder what to say to those brave men and women in uniform. “Thank you,” hardly seems enough. Sometimes I get overwhelmed thinking about all the things they do, and ways we’re not living up to their acts of service.
And then I realized maybe instead of focusing on what to say or not say, we can listen and be receptive to what vets need.
Spreading awareness is a start, but if you are in the military or know someone who is, what do you think we can do to make a difference? Let me know what you think.
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(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – If you feel helpless, have trouble committing and shrink in the face of challenge, your childhood could explain why. All is not lost. In fact, this post will show you how to overcome your past with lessons in building resilience.
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