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How to Care for Warriors Who Used to be Wounded

*Image info: Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Ezekiel Kitandwe. Helmand Province, Afghanistan. November 9, 2016.

How to Care for Warriors Who Used to be Wounded

Added December 25, 2016

For many back home from the battlefield, the wounds are right there in the open: the amputated leg, the mangled hand. But some of those who were injured don't still see themselves as wounded warriors

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Transitioning Out of the Corps

Transitioning Out of the Corps

Added December 25, 2016

Transitioning from military to civilian society life can be a challenge, particularly for veterans who have experienced combat or other traumatic events during a deployment. There are, however, a variety of factors that can help ease this transition, perhaps the most important one being the willingness to take the first step toward committing to recovery. Additional factors include, but aren't limited to, taking responsibility for one's own actions, building healthy relationships, finding a supportive community, and staying active, as being involved in activities and giving back to the community can be essential in terms of setting goals and finding a sense of purpose. Finally, seeking professional development, employment, and education can greatly improve one's confidence and set the stage for continued growth.

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