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Real-Life Guides for Veterans & Loved Ones

One of the main complaints the Veterans and families who started this site and those we
people navigate life after combat.  We're trying our best to fix that!

To get you started, here are "Real Life Guides" for PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder)
and TBI (traumatic brain injury).  We hope to continue adding more as fast as we can!!

If you have something that you've learned in "Vet world" that you would like to contribute to
this section, please FEEL FREE to e-mail our contributions coordinator, Heather Hummert
(Heather -at-  Believe me, we need all the help we can get!!

Real Life Coping Skills for PTSD

Real Life Coping Skills for TBI
Don't forget to take our Congressional Survey!
As little as 10 minutes of your time can help us make a difference in your life!!
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our mission: to provide real world resources that help heroes and their loved ones survive & thrive in life after combat