With Memorial Day right around the corner I find myself thinking about the time I spent in the military, with some dear friends of mine (shown below). Returning home after being overseas during war is always challenging, and some returning veterans are able to cope better than others.
We all appreciate the dedication and service demonstrated by those in the armed forces, but keep in mind that Monday's holiday is meant for mourning those that have fallen. Instead of saying "Thank you for your service" try saying "I hope you have a meaningful day" to really make the individual smile on a day that might be trying for them.
There are plenty of resources available to help veterans that are struggling:
Help for Veterans suffering from substance abuse and PTSD
Resources for homeless veterans
- A Guide for Homeless Vets
- Homeless Veteran's Resources
- National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
- Financial assistance for homeless veterans
- Homes for Homeless Veterans
Other GREAT resources for veterans in need
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