Brooke King writes an insightful article on the The Atlantic having kids and PTSD. I was never blessed with children of my own but I have had my nieces and nephews live with me on and off for years from the time they were little. Brooke talks about special rules in their family like "We don't scare Mommy", and "We don't play hide-and-seek" I can relate we had our rules "Don't … [Read more...] about A Veteran Wonders: How Will My PTSD Affect My Kids?
The dismissal — the second by Titus in the case — deals a major blow to the more than 700 veterans, family members and former KBR employees who brought the burn pits suit. Read the full article here: www.sacbee.com This sadly sounds like wives of Vietnam veterans I've talked to who have told me their outrage as their husbands started to waste away from Agent Orange. “My … [Read more...] about Court deals major blow to veterans suing military contractor KBR over Burn Pits
In 2015, VA launched the Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry in response to concerns that Veterans were experiencing a range of respiratory illnesses possibly associated with exposure to burn pits. The registry is open to many Veterans and active-duty Servicemembers who deployed to various locations. This post describes why you should participate in the registry and how … [Read more...] about Ten things veterans should know about burn pits