We believe that every Veteran has a desire to be more, do more and have more in life. That is why they made the selfless sacrifice to serve and protect our country. Many Veterans transition from military life to civilian life and struggle to continue living a life with purpose.
Many of the problems Veterans are facing can be resolved by clarifying their beliefs and values in life. These problems can be solved as a result of continued growth, responsibility and learning how to master their needs and emotions.
Empowering Veterans to breakthrough their limiting beliefs and overcome life’s challenges to discover their ultimate purpose and create the life they deserve.
The Challenge Veterans Are Facing
Many Veterans have shared that after the military they felt a loss of identity, significance, purpose and/or sense of camaraderie. Others have shared they feel as if everything was stripped from them after they took the uniform off for the last time.
• 48% say they had some degree of difficulty in their transition.
• 47% say they had emotionally traumatic or distressing experiences.
• 45% say the military did not prepare them for the transition.
• 25% say they struggled with alcohol or substance abuse with in the first few years
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