This week we commemorate our military men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country – they have died to keep our citizens free and safe.
In other parts of the world, each country honors their military, perhaps not at this exact time, but nonetheless, losing a loved one who has served in your country’s military is a difficult loss.
Some military, in various countries, cannot be trusted and this makes it even more difficult.
In Episode 25, we discuss our pain after someone we love, who was serving in the military, is killed in action and how our lives are suddenly turned upside down.
Below are various links that can put you in touch with other families who are also grieving a military death. Even if you are not in the USA, please do reach out to TAPS International which can connect you to someone who knows exactly what you are going through. And, if you have listened in to my podcast regularly, you know that it’s the relationship and not the label that’s important!
Here are some places to visit (you can also find them in the show notes on podcast Episode 25:
TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) if you’ve experienced the military death of a loved one. They also help children and teens with camps and programs.
TAPS International which helps families around the globe.
American Gold Star Mothers for those who have experienced the military death of a son or daughter.
Sons and Daughters in Touch for those missing their fathers killed in the Vietnam War in the USA.
Gold Star Family Registry gives you the ability to search a loved one or friend who was killed in military conflict.
To help bring you to emotional stability, visit Brad Yates’ youtube channel will teach you the Emotional Freedom Technique. His videos calm your spirit and help you release emotional and physical pain as you move forward.
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Remembering your special loved one and you, too, who sacrificed so much for your nation.