Tag: family

Caring for Our Military Families Long after the Retreat Ends

Written by Project Sanctuary social worker Thomas A. Costello, LCSW, CAPT (RET), USPHS (familyfollowup@projectsanctuary.us) All of life is lived in relationship with other people. What brings meaning to life is the quality of these relationships. We’ve all heard the quote that “no man (or woman) is an island,” which brings this point home. When you […]

Keystone of Courage

Written by guest blogger CW4 Doug Petersen (Ret), who served 20 years as a US Army Aviator.  A decorated Vietnam veteran, Doug was a Dustoff pilot and was shot down twice during his tour. Check out more of Doug’s work at http://douglasnpetersen.com/  or listen to his TEDx Talk. This is part one of an eight-part series […]

Hitting the “Reset” Button

Push Me Everyday – A Wounded Sky Soldier and His Wife’s Journey to Health & Wellness. Military Family – Crystal & Tyler Wilson. Though there have been some really incredible moments in the last 1 1/2 years, Tyler and I have also experienced more than our fare share of really rough moments. These rough patches and feeling like […]