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Surviving School After The Military

Surviving School After the Military

By Terry Hamby, Retired United States Marine and Lone Survivor Foundation's Program Coordinator Regardless of the reason you joined the military, there is always the inevitable question of what you will do when you get out.  Many veterans are going…

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Helping Someone Who May Be At Risk For Suicide

Helping Someone Who May Be at Risk for Suicide

If you or someone you love is in danger now, dial 911 or visit or, for veterans, Despite the frequency in which we hear about suicide, especially in the veteran community, suicide is not a normal response to…

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5 Ways We’re Coping With Memorial Day

5 Ways We’re Coping With Memorial Day

By Kelly Cummings, LSF Communications Manager, Military Veteran Caregiver, and White Star Sister If someone you love has lost his or her life while serving our country, or as a result of visible or invisible service-related wounds after coming home,…

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Your Holiday Party Deployment Guide From LSF

Your Holiday Party Deployment Guide from LSF

Holidays Again?!? Your Holiday Party Deployment Guide from LSF by Paula Bonebrake, LPC, NCC, LSF Retreat Program Director Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury and Chronic Pain do not take off for the holidays.  The “new normal” of living with the…

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Gut – Brain Connection To Mental Health

Gut – Brain Connection to Mental Health

by LSF Retreat Team Member Alyson Pertuis, MA, LPC Intern Leaky Gut … Sounds really gross, and unless you’ve been avoiding the internet for the past year or so you’ve probably heard this term. For sure you’ve heard of probiotics…

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Hurricane Harvey From A Hospital Bed

Hurricane Harvey from a Hospital Bed

By LSF Team Leader Jennifer Street, LCSW As we approach the one year anniversary of the 500-year flood that has forever changed the lives and landscapes of Texas, we at LSF thought it might be a good time to share…

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