It's like a lighthouse. A beacon of light in a sea of darkness.
Every step, every mile that you put in, you feel yourself becoming better. You feel yourself changing.
All of a sudden I could do everything they talked about in therapy, but I never thought I could do.
You don't have to wear stripes on your arms to go out and motivate people, to lead people, to make a change, to do something different.
I wanted to fix myself and I wanted to fix everybody else but I needed the answers.
Why did I come home with not one scratch on me?
I had gone from living, and breathing and working with the same group of people to just being out on my own by myself.
Being on edge 24 hours a day, that’s the thing that gets to most soldiers, gets to you when you come back home and you’re trying to recover from that.
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