Iraq and Afghanistan-era veterans are good men and women.
Veterans of war are required to make spontaneous decisions
that may have life-or-death consequences in an environment
of intense fear. It is important that the veteran understand
that he or she made the best decision possible given the
information he or she had and the circumstances under
which he or she found him or herself.
War and military service impact veterans.
Veterans who have gone to war have been impacted by
the negative experiences of war. These experiences may
influence current behaviors and ways of thinking. Some
veterans struggle with painful memories and self-blame
while others miss the close relationships that were formed
or the structure and self-discipline that the military
Resolving pain and finding meaning in
the experience restores health. Our group is founded
on the belief that in a safe and trustworthy environment,
veterans can and will begin to resolve their painful war
experiences and the natural loss associated with transitioning
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