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    Here’s 3 key lessons I picked up from Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape training (SERE):

    1. Never give up

    2. Be thankful for your freedom each day

    3. Respect and appreciate all who fight and sacrifice for the freedoms of our nation

    These lessons alongside SERE training as a whole go a long way in maintaining internal control when going through hardships. Overtime, you learn to meet conflict and challenges head-on. Survival training introduced me to the warrior within myself, a warrior I was reacquainted to when recovering from stroke and paralysis. You have your own warrior inside! It’s time to tap into your own strength. You have the will within!

    #warrior #innerstrength #fighter #Soldiers #AirForceVet #ProgressIsProgress #DisabledLivesMatter #StrokeSurvivorsNeverQuit #AneurysmSurvivorsNeverQuit #FindingForward


    #Soldiers #Sailors #Airmen & #Marines have feelings

    #ItsOKMan to still feel. Many of our service members and veterans are suffering because they were trained to “soldier up,” and focus on the mission, at the expense of themselves. While this is great in times of war, it’s not great when they get back in assimilate with their old lives.

    Because of that many of them are not getting the help they need. Either because they are embarrassed or afraid to ask for it, or because our veterans services don’t adequately support them.

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