Richelle Futch
8/7/2017 路 2 min read 路 ~100 路 4
To Lifestyle and 8 more
5 Things Military Spouses Want You To Know But Are Too Polite To Say

5 Things Military Spouses Want You To Know But Are Too Polite To Say

Military spouses are often sacrificing our careers, relationships, and personal growth to cater to the ever changing schedule the military throws at us. While we do this for the love of our spouse and the betterment of our families, there are a few...

Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador

Bill Stankiewicz, 馃悵 Brand Ambassador

Welcome and call me if I can help you in any way? Bill Stankiewicz

9/7/2017
Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador

Franci馃悵Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador

Welcome to beBee, Richelle Futch. Thank you for sharing your good advice.

9/7/2017
Pete Howell
3/5/2017 路 3 min read 路 ~100 路 1
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One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

It was 4:30am in the morning; while I was out for a 10km run (6 miles)聽in preparation and conditioning for a Half-Marathon is when I had a very humbling and inspirational moment. Where I live it's still very dark at this time of the day, and can...

Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

Thank you for your service sir, and for running in the marathon. Dr. Eddie Fleming told me once, "never let your guard down."

3/5/2017
Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

Stay safe out there and never let your guard down.

3/5/2017
Randy Keho
6/12/2016 路 4 min read 路 ~100 路 1
Another Bridge Too Far

Another Bridge Too Far

I enjoy a cup of hot coffee on my way to work on brisk winter mornings. That's why I make time to stop at Tad's diner.Paula, who runs the place, makes the best coffee in town and we've been friends for years.聽The diner sits below a bridge and along...

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

"I ran toward the bridge, carefully trying to maintain my balance, my boots kicking up little clouds of snow." So compelling. Veterans in every country are so honorable yet we need to honor them much more than we do. Serving Veterans all my life, first as a pre-med volunteer at a local VA & then as Chief of Anesthesiology at the Philadelphia VA, I know them well. I'm still working with them. I always will. Fantastic snowy chilling story. I was also glad to know it was fiction yet you fooled me due to the detail as your boots kicked. Nice.

11/12/2016
Mohammed A. Jawad

Mohammed A. Jawad

Ah...What tragedies befall on veterans, who serve their nation with towering spirits! And, yet they live with all aloofness, away from the world and recognition. Indeed, they deserve honor, care and recognition. Thanks Randy Keho for this thought-provoking post.

7/12/2016
Leckey Harrison
14/10/2016 路 2 min read 路 ~100
A revolutionary approach to healing PTSD

A revolutionary approach to healing PTSD

The healing paradigm is shifting.聽I agree with van der Kolk because I used TRE庐, a body based modality,聽to heal my C-PTSD, and whatever came along for the ride in my time as a firefighter/EMT. Let me ask:聽If you could heal your trauma, mostly by...

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

You don't have to hope Deb 馃悵 Helfrich, you are always able to make your point and make it well. Dr. Bessel van der Kolk's work has been a crucial part of the positive changes in approach and treatment of PTDS. I am old enough (and proud enough) to say that I attended one of Dr. van der Kolk's first trainings in a small room and gathering at the University of Toronto. The excitement of what he was presenting was palpable. I respect Leckey Harrison's tremendous experience and knowledge in the work and treatment of PTSD. Given all that and with much respect, the clinical approach I described is something that I have believed in since day one; even before I actually could articulate it as an approach. It's my approach to a human offering other humans services; that is the only piece we can standardize. The rest is meeting the individual's needs; that can not be standardized. As you point out Deb in part 2, "...it might be a two step process...", or 3 or 1. The reason group therapy works is that there are enough things we share to make a group environment viable. Then there are things you do in individual therapy that are custom designed to meet the individual needs. I'll rewrite my opening line in my original comment to read as follows: The more information and options are made available to individuals seeking help with health or mental health issues, the better the outcome.

15/10/2016
Gerald Hecht

Gerald Hecht

Bob Isaacson http://m.legacy.com/obituaries/pressconnects/obituary.aspx?n=&pid=175510694&referrer=0&preview=True was a member of my dissertation committee; obviously that says it ...good post

14/10/2016
Jared J. Wiese
10/10/2016 路 4 min read 路 +100 路 6
Christine Stevens
10/10/2016 路 4 min read 路 +100
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Riding for a Reason: One Entrepreneur's Mission to Raise Awareness for Suicide Prevention

Riding for a Reason: One Entrepreneur's Mission to Raise Awareness for Suicide Prevention

About six years ago, I was sitting at my computer doing something unimportant when my daughter walked in in tears and told me one of her dearest friends killed himself. He was only 18 and he jumped from a building in downtown Fairfax, ending his...

Lisa Gallagher

Lisa Gallagher

What a great story. I'm so happy Josh survived and how admirable that he is riding his bike to raise awareness!! Go JOSH, You've got this, after all you beat suicide so you can now kick butt with your riding!!! Thanks for posting this Christine Stevens

12/10/2016
Mamen 馃悵 Delgado

Mamen 馃悵 Delgado

Woww Christine Stevens, thanks for bringing this story to beBee! Following Josh on all his networks!

10/10/2016

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