First of all, I would like to welcome all Vietnam and other Veterans home.
Secondly, I would like to thank all veterans for their service.
This expression of gratitude is dedicated to all my Brother and Sister Veterans; those that did not make it home and those that did. I hope that reading this will inspire you to embrace the idea that PTSD does not have to be forever.
I am a Vietnam veteran who suffered from the effects of PTSD for more than 30 years, so I know what it feels like to be angry and depressed and not know where to turn for help.
I provide free sessions of EFT to all Veterans.
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VETERAN'S DAY GRATITUDE
I am grateful that my body was able to survive the war in Vietnam.
I am grateful that I have been able to survive the war in my head and my heart for over 40 years.
I am grateful that my life has not ended tragically as way too many of the lives of my Brother and Sister Veterans have.
I am grateful that I was able to find solace and hope by embracing the blessings of a higher power.
I am grateful that I was able to raise my consciousness to the point of releasing the self hatred, the alcohol and drug abuse and the medication that was slowly becoming my demise.
I am grateful that re learning how to give and accept love and forgiveness has made my life worthwhile once again.
I am grateful that I am now grateful to still be alive.
I am grateful that I now know that PTSD does not have to be forever.
And I am grateful that, by the grace of our Creator, I am now able to help other Veterans release the demons of their wars so that they may also find their way home.
Miguel Gabriel Vazquez, PTSD Survivor
Counselor/Life Coach/Energy Healer
Every Day is Veteran's Day