9. Emotional Warfare

When we were still in Hawaii, we learned a close Marine had committed suicide. There wasn't much opportunity to reconcile this during predeployment training. A series of heavy fatalities awakened the need to connect with the unresolved emotions service members so often never have a chance to address. In my first year at St. Thomas, … Continue reading 9. Emotional Warfare

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Sat. Dec 12th Contrary to the stigma of signing your life over to the military for [insert number] years, especially once you're granted BAH (permission and a stipend to live outside the barracks), service members still have a lot of freedom in their life. Outside of the typical work day and Marine Corps obligations, I … Continue reading 5. Webcam starts to capture