Review: Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD
“Our veterans (of the military, but also of all the first responder professions: police, firefighters, and medical personnel) have committed themselves to a higher calling, and we need to recognize their commitment to a manner that is worth of importance. I believe that what is needed is a cradle-to-grave covenant that assures protection and healing not only to the physically injured but also to those morally injured in the line of duty. I propose a continuum of care that will help them to reconcile their current lives with the terrible experiences that created their injury, and allow them to rejoin society with confidence and serenity”.
Q & A: Stephen Henighan
Brad de Roo
"Guatemala’s worst problems come from its racist oligarchy which actively despises the majority of the country’s population, and its corrupt and unresponsive legislative and judicial institutions. Until society becomes more democratic–and there is a youthful minority that is campaigning to reform the country’s institutions—there won’t be significant change."
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