If you are planning on creating retreats or other healing opportunities for veterans, I suggest to make sure that you create a reliable hierarchy, a predictable structure and a time table with no surprises.Read more
Bob Culver One of the men that I had the honor to meet in San Francisco, during the film project was Bob Culver. Bob had a long journey of trauma even before joining the military had suffered from PTSD for decades. Bob has been an inspiration in his dedication to move forward with tapping, no [...]
I was a driver on convoys in Croatia and Bosnia in early 90′s before the Dayton Agreement. It took 6 years for the PTSD, Combat Stress etc… to go full throttle on my brain, body and soul, the latter being the worst in my opinion. More than fifteen years has past and I am still fucked up, but not nearly as bad. I decided to tap on a panic attack that I had in the middle of the night. After five minutes, I felt no pain, not in my body not in my soul.
I actually fell asleep. I can only say that I tapped my way out of it. Next day, I woke up and had a great day. I am going to continue to tap and free myself from the ghosts that haunt all of us.Read more
Asking for help is almost impossible for many Veterans. And it seems to be more acceptable for the military to see their traumatized veterans self medicate with alcohol and drugs, than to give them access to information that can help them heal and be strong again.Read more