Combat Vet CWO-3 21 Years USMC, Adapting to civilian life, the importance of brotherhood, overall adjustments and needed support systems in life.
“Challenging Efforts to Improve” Under Water Treadmill, Yoga, Gym, acupuncture, sleep, healthy eating, exercise, Quality of life and Balance.
My experience in Combat, Being hit and severely injured. Losing buddy’s, isolation, friends, interaction with Family, finding hope, Puzzle coming together, having to change my life, family, Sayings, Help, and Support.
Chief talks about his experience working in and with Multiple Veteran and Combat Veteran non-profit organizations and how they cross paths with the DOD and VA
Episode 21 of Combat Vet Vision, “I am more aware of action and consequence and closer to God, Family, and Country” Your Host Aaron Seibert
“Control”, Illusion of control, though, you can ultimately control only yourself, to a point, Organized Chaos vise Organized piece. Required sets of circumstances, Training, Routine, sense of power or giving up power(weakness)
Lost within your self, the big unknown blob, interaction, and expectations, closeness has slipped away, bitterness pores over, personal philosophy’s
The Burden of Combat, Chief discusses the loss of friends, adjustments, hardened soul, sleep issues, philosophies, Love, Tasting of Freedom, God, Moods, Respect.
Petty People, Perceptions, Inability to relate and feel connected, expression and hopes and dreams. Lanes, considerations manners, chivalry, feeling like we use to make a difference. A taster of freedom.
“Chief” talks about the importance of finding relevance in life especially after returning home from Combat. Defining a new norm is an important step.