PTSD: Treatment through Art Contributed by Kris Baydalla-Galasso A trend that has swept the country over the past three years might have more value than you think! Coloring books, once looked at as an entertainment medium for children, have expanded to a new market: adults in need of a break. Adult Coloring Books come in […]
Entries for the ‘Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)’ Category
Knowing and Understanding PTSD Kris Baydalla Galasso Something terrifying happens to you. Your heart races. Your palms sweat. You can’t sleep. You don’t want to eat. You can’t get the events of that day out of your mind. Any and all of these are completely normal responses to trauma and would be expected of any […]
Deported Marine Veteran Comes Home in a Casket By Debbie Gregory Persian Gulf War veteran Lance Cpl. Enrique Salas put his life on the line for the country he called home since he was a six year old boy. How unfortunate for him that his adopted country was unsympathetic to his plight when he brought […]
By Debbie Gregory. When most people picture a veteran, it’s a male. And the same holds true for homeless veterans. But the truth is that the Department of Veterans Affairs has found that female veterans, including those with children, are the fastest-growing share of homeless veterans. Female veterans are two to four times as likely […]
By Debbie Gregory. U.S. District Judge Judith C. Herrera has ordered a former U.S. Forest Service ranger to pay nearly $600,000 to a disabled Army veteran and another camper for violating their civil rights by using excessive force during their 2014 arrests at the Juan Tomas campground in the mountains east of Albuquerque. Former U.S. […]
ACCESS PREMIUM INFORMATION
& RECEIVE OUR NEWSLETTER!
Sign Up & Receive Access to:
Thousands of jobs, the Scholarship Directory and Top corporations. You will also receive our Newsletters featuring Jobs, Schools, Public Service Announcements and Special discounts for you.