I VOW to support my daddy

I'm proud of my daddy because he served his country. I'm taking the VOW to support our veterans because my daddy, and all the other soldiers, deserve our nation's support.  If I can take the VOW, you can take the VOW! Join us at Voice of Warriors and take the VOW to make a difference in the lives of our veterans! Thank you to Marie Haggerty for submitting this photo! … [Read more...]

Finding Peace from Wartime PTSD

How many of us long to reconnect with the combat veteran in our family who has been forever changed since a return from war?  Post traumatic stress changes people and it changes relationships.  Join us for VOW Talk Radio  on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, at 7:00 pm EDT for a discussion on how we can reconnect with our loved ones. Christal Presley will join us and share her … [Read more...]

Sending Military Kids Back to School

It’s hard to believe it is already time for the kids to go back to school.  As summer winds down and we start sending our kids back into the classroom, we start to wonder and worry about how well our children will make the adjustment. If your family has just been through a deployment, is currently living through a deployment, or you have one coming up in the near future, it’s … [Read more...]

Life After Combat and Our Military Kids

The invisible wounds of post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury are on the minds of every military family.   We see mention of PTSD and TBI every day in the news, but we don’t always see the mention of the invisible wounds that are being suffered by our nation’s military kids. Join us for VOW Talk Radio on Tuesday, August 7, 2012, at 7:00 pm EDT.  We will be talking … [Read more...]

Building Dreams with Our Military Kids

Have you heard of Our Military Kids?  Join us on VOW Talk Radio and hear our interview with Greg O’Brien who will be sharing all about how the nonprofit helps dreams come true for the children of our National Guard and Military Reserve personnel deployed overseas, as well as the children of wounded warriors from all branches. Our Military Kids awards grants to pay for … [Read more...]

He's Still Daddy

Having a husband with PTSD and TBI has its difficulties. I can’t imagine how hard it is on my kids. I try to talk to my girls about this, but some days it’s really hard. I don’t always know what to say, neither do they. I was just having a conversation with my youngest, we will call her D. She says that having a Daddy with PTSD and TBI is sometimes scary and sometimes hard. … [Read more...]