Health/Beauty

Breast Cancer Awareness: The Pink Ribbon Could Save Your Life

It doesn’t seem to matter where you go or what you watch on television during the month of October, the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon will become a constant reminder that breast cancer is something that should be taken seriously. According to The American Cancer Society, 2014 will bring the following in the United States:Continue Reading “Breast Cancer Awareness: The Pink Ribbon Could Save Your Life”

Mental Health/Wellness

Hold the Pills Please: Treating PTSD

  Hold the Pills Please: Treating PTSD I had previously written an article about my frustration with what seems to be the easiest form of treating PTSD…..pills, pills, and more pills. According to an article on www.army.mil up to 25 percent of military who spend time in a war/combat zone and up to six percentContinue Reading “Hold the Pills Please: Treating PTSD”

Mental Health/Wellness

Happy Ending

Happy Ending  My husband has PTSD and the last six years have not been what I would call a joyous journey, but I feel like the last month my frustration level has risen 500 levels and not even because of his PTSD. I have been so blessed through this experience to have met some amazingContinue Reading “Happy Ending”

Mental Health/Wellness

Suicide Prevention Month: Buy a Tie & Help Save a Life

In the past year my husband and I attended funerals for two different soldiers my husband served with – they both committed suicide. I remember sitting there at the first funeral and only being able to remember his smile and his ability to get anyone around either smiling or laughing. He was a husband andContinue Reading “Suicide Prevention Month: Buy a Tie & Help Save a Life”