This Navy photographer was drinking too much

Bill's Story

Bill served as a Navy photographer for several years before returning home with a serious drinking problem that affected his work, relationships, and health. After decades of trying to ignore the issue, Bill decided to reach out for therapy. He found the cause of his drinking and now has a support network he can depend on.

When the walls come down

Amber's storyhttps://maketheconnection.net/...

An Army journalist takes on her PTSD

Amber loved travel, spending a decade overseas in the Army. But after transitioning to civilian life and being diagnosed with Addison’s disease and fibromyalgia, she experienced PTSD, depression, and anxiety. A triage nurse helped Amber get back on her feet, and therapy has given her a new lease on life.

Fred's story

Fred's story

I get to have joy in my life again

When Fred was deployed during Desert Storm, he lost some of his soldiers. He overcompensated for feelings of guilt by throwing himself into his work. Hear how Fred was finally able to experience joy in life again after receiving treatment for PTSD and survivor's guilt.



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