Healing trust me

It’s okay to cry when your sad! Don’t get me wrong occasional use ie a beer or beverage is fine! Just like one day cannabis will be legal! I’m just say’n keep it 💯! Don’t stumble live humble! Just try your best daily and never give up! It’s not easy being this honest! Cost me everything I love! But I respect myself and trust the system I’m involved with! Because I am sober! Proud of it! And definitely learned more definitely apply it daily! My prayer is others can change or will want too… forgive and love! What it’s all about! There will always be good days and bad days! Don’t ever be afraid to speak up! Get help! Your never alone! #dmr yep I’m sad today so what! But I vented properly and didn’t hurt myself or others! Even talked to the va today and let me tell ya orange team rocks! And so does a very special woman in my life who’s also felt with her own shitshow and is rocking it! So god bless you all and ThankYou btw! You know who you are! I know I have a lot of people helping us! All of us! And know this you can make it! You can do it! Wake up daily do your best! And speak up set the goals #NeverGiveUp tell them sorry tell them ya love em! Get the help! It’s worth it! It worked for me it will work for you! #ActiveDuty #Reserve #Veterans #Humans #Civilians #Bosses #moms #dads #kids #Families #pillowtalk #TableTalk #ShopTalk and get outside play have fun! Enjoy the sunshine moonlight stars rain rivers lakes beaches deserts mountains hills! Streets music vibrations heal #dmr #surfman374 rest when needed as needed repair repeat #poetryofahero #dadlife #momlife @surfman374 @rigsreefclassicspearfishing #spearfishingtipsandtricks #love #respect #team #work #thankyou #people #help #like #change #music #legal #cannabis yep it helped I’m sober it served its purpose so did #hemp

Repost written by Bobby Robson

To understand a Military Veteran you must know:

  • We left home as teenagers or in our early twenties for an unknown adventure.
  • We loved our country enough to defend it and protect it with our own lives.
  • We said goodbye to friends and family and everything we knew.
  • We learned the basics and then we scattered in the wind to the far corners of the Earth.
  • We found new friends and new family.
  • We became brothers and sisters regardless of colour, race or creed.
  • We had plenty of good times, and plenty of bad times.
  • We didn’t get enough sleep.
  • We smoked and drank too much.
  • We picked up both good and bad habits.
  • We worked hard and played harder.
  • We didn’t earn a great wage.
  • We experienced the happiness of mail call and the sadness of missing important events.
  • We didn’t know when, or even if, we were ever going to see home again.
  • We grew up fast, and yet somehow, we never grew up at all.
  • We fought for our freedom, as well as the freedom of others.
  • Some of us saw actual combat, and some of us didn’t.
  • Some of us saw the world, and some of us didn’t.
  • Some of us dealt with physical warfare, most of us dealt with psychological warfare.
  • We have seen and experienced and dealt with things that we can’t fully describe or explain, as not all of our sacrifices were physical.
  • We participated in time honored ceremonies and rituals with each other, strengthening our bonds and camaraderie.
  • We counted on each other to get our job done and sometimes to survive it at all.
  • We have dealt with victory and tragedy.
  • We have celebrated and mourned.
  • We lost a few along the way.
  • When our adventure was over, some of us went back home, some of us started somewhere new and some of us never came home at all.
  • We have told amazing and hilarious stories of our exploits and adventures.
  • We share an unspoken bond with each other, that most people don’t experience, and few will understand.
  • We speak highly of our own branch of service, and poke fun at the other branches.
  • We know however, that, if needed, we will be there for our brothers and sisters and stand together as one, in a heartbeat.
  • Being a Veteran is something that had to be earned, and it can never be taken away.
  • It has no monetary value, but at the same time it is a priceless gift.

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