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War on the Homefront

War on the Homefront “Warriors Live On has been highlighted in the Checkpoints Magazine put out by the United States Air Force Academy Air Officer’s Group.” … One person who has experienced PTSD, and done something t help herself and other, is Eva Belanger, Class of 2003. During a 2006 deployment to Ballad Air Base,…

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To My Dedicated WLO Supporters, Practitioners and Volunteers

To My Dedicated WLO Supporters, Practitioners and Volunteers From heart to yours: To My Dedicated WLO Supporters, Practitioners and Volunteers, Got this message this morning from Elaine, CEO of TRI (Traumatic Resource Institute).  Please do me the courtesy of reading the NY times article Elaine sent me this morning. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/20/us/marine-battalion-veterans-scarred-by-suicides-turn-to-one-another-for-help.html?mwrsm=Email&_r=0 Sitting here remembering what every…

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H.E.A.R.T with Steve Hoskinson

H.E.A.R.T with Steve Hoskinson H.E.A.R.T with Steve Hoskinson is some awesome news for WLO! Warriors Live On was granted 2, three year long scholarships to train in Organic Intelligence! (https://ys193.infusionsoft.com/app/page/oihome) The first two Combat Veterans just completed the first training called H.E.A.R.T with Steve Hoskinson this last week. His H.E.A.R.T (Human Empowerment and Resiliency Training)…

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Charles and Ruth Billingsley Foundation and Wells Fargo Bank

Charles and Ruth Billingsley Foundation and Wells Fargo Bank This is great news from WLO: Warriors Live On was granted $10,000 from the Charles and Ruth Billingsley Foundation and Wells Fargo Bank.  Thanks to them we have been able to award 2 scholarships to Veterans to learn Organic Intelligence for Trauma, a 3-year training program.…

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Veterans share their experience at WLO Trek

Hello everyone! We had a great group of Veterans join us on the Warriors Live On Trek this past June hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. I would like to share with you some testimonials as some of the Veterans share their experience at WLO Trek. Again, I want to thank you for your support, Eva…

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Sleep Rules and Routine

We Like Routine It is highly recommended that you get on a regular program when it comes to getting ready for bed. Getting ready for bed has to become a habit. Conducting the same actions every night, seven days a week helps us to get tired or feel awake at regular times of the day.…

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PTSD and the Biological Clock

PTSD and High Anxiety As if the anxiety and hyper vigilance that accompanies PTSD were not enough to keep us up and in need of sleep.  Our bodies have a tendency to develop bad habits if we let them.  The good news is that we can train them to be healthy again too. Training the…

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Veterans and Sleep Disorders

Veterans and Sleep Disorders – Acceptance and Not Judgement Veteran to Veteran Here is a candid message from one Combat Veteran to another about Veterans and sleep disorders. I only hope it helps you out a bit, if not all together. Please accept my “advice” as a fellow Veteran. I also hope you will accept my…

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PTSD: When Red search for Blue

  People say that there are two sides to everything. There is one person’s perspective and experience, which is often very different from the next person’s. Instead of seeing our worlds as black or white, could we take a chance to venture into the realm of believing that our story is not always the “right”…

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