Tag Archives | PTSD

Lets Talk Caregiver Part 2

  Everywhere I turn to, to learn about the history of our military spouses and their giving are to our wounded and ill veterans only leads me to current studies about caring for our wounded warriors, caregiver fatigue and information from the RAND report 2008 and 2013 as well as our VA caregiver Support.   […]

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Sisters Know best

Having a sister has been my saving grace this year. As you can see from her picture she is a nut. She always seems to know when to send me these entertaining pictures.  Since becoming a caregiver life has become very unpredictable, busy to say the least and challenging on a level that can’t really […]

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I little bit a joy!

The weeks have come and gone I don’t know how many times and I just can’t keep up. One minute I am getting my summer cloths out and the next I am putting them away. That same senario seems to go for the weeks that keep flying by. We get up on Monday go to […]

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My Friend ROCKS!

We all have friends, but to have a military friend is something much different. You share a special bond, a love, hate, relationship with life and a strength that not many can understand, but other wives. No, I am not a military wife anylonger, but I was one for 11 years and it does not just leave […]

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Welcome new contributor: Tamra

WOUNDED HERO CAREGIVER: NEW CONTRIBUTOR I wanted to take a moment to introduce a new contributor, Superwoman and amazing caregiver to her wounded hero son, Tamra Rigdon. I had the pleasure of meeting her and hearing her story, in person, at the recent National Military Spouse Network in VA. Her story and presence moved the audience. […]

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