War Veterans PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism


 

War Veterans PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism – http://www.encognitive.com Kevan Lyons shares his war veterans poem about soldiers returning from war and fight another war with addiction.

 

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Drug abuse help — If you or a family member is struggling with substance abuse, HELP is a phone call away at Twin City Area Narcotics Anonymous Helpline 800-365-1035. See the website WWW.tcana.org for meeting schedules and additional … Ladies …
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Veterans Hall, 554 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. … Pills Anonymous: 4-5 p.m. Program of recovery based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous recognizing prescription drug addiction; cross-addicted and multiple-substance addicted attendees welcome.
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2 Responses to War Veterans PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism

  • Boze Backboze says:

    Avoid booze and drugs. Make the most of your time. When you find yourself doing something that isn’t constructive, stop and do something constructive.

    Living right isn’t? very complicated. Get into a routine of living right and your stubbornness won’t be the problem it seems to be now. Write out a day-plan. Follow it, from wake up to sleep time, every single day, for the rest of your life. Say goodbye to highs and extremism.

    It’s good to be boring, calm, without the world on your back.

  • eastariel says:

    TWO PTSD SOLUTIONS
    1. Test for Adrenal Gland Burnout. Common to soldiers, it has some of the causes and symptoms of PTSD. It’s easy to treat.
    2. Military Transition Centers — government funded. Let’s start these! Soldiers home from war? could gather here for a year of employment (nation building projects), sharing support with their military brotherhood. They can share notes on PTSD and get medication, if needed, from resident doctors. Routines would echo military life to ease their transition.

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