Originally Aired on July 15th, 2014 on Positive Living Vibrations Roundtable with Sara Troy and her guests Kathy Gambill and Colonel John Pettit
The dignity of a veteran should always be honoured for their service to their country. So why are so many coming home to nothing? We should not just celebrate them for dying for their country, but be there for them now in rebuilding their lives. They are shattered, they have had to do things that no man or woman should have to do, they are suffering from post traumatic syndrome and many are unable to work. They are not the same people they were when they left, how can they be? they need help and support more than ever to that they can find dignity, meaning, and purpose once again in their lives.
Today we talk about the stress and anxiety and depression and what is being done to help the veterans to find a prosperous life again. Kathy Gambill and Colonel John Pettit are helping their soldiers regain their dignity and sanity with support and a nutrient called Q96. I have used this myself and know in how it helps, and if we can help the veterans around the world regain their lives, then let us find a way to do it.
My background with the military goes back to 2006 thru 2010 When I was elected President of the “Everett Navy League”. This was not a paid position, but truly a labor of Love. Fundraising in the community and a very generous group of businessmen and women afforded me to supply our Navy families, with much-needed support.
My latest involvement with the Military is very exciting, but a much different path. A little over a year ago I was introduced to a Micronutrient that was helping restore tens of thousands of people’s lives who suffer from everything from mild and severe stress and depression to ADHD and many other brain disorders. The 25 clinical studies were very impressive, and the people I shared the product with were getting better. One of the people I was introduced to, who was desperately looking for help, happened to be COL Pettit’s daughter in law who was suffering from a severe case of Anxiety and also depression. I worked with her over approximately a 3 week period. COL Pettit was taking notice of her amazing recovery and that is when I was introduced to John. Little did I know that this was the beginning of a new and exciting project to help our Veterans overcome the challenges and the debilitating effects of what COL Pettit calls mind wounds. And our new project began. We have been working with active duty and veterans who are suffering the effects of long tours of combat duty, past and present.
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