"Sometimes the biggest step is admitting to ourselves that we can't do it on our own, putting our pride aside and asking others for help."
Not everyone is the same. Not all treatment will work the same for individuals. However, everyone is similar when taking the first step; the first step of acknowledgment and admitting it aloud. Whether you are in need of peer to peer services or a dog like Gunther, they will be there. Never give up and seek the help you deserve! #GetintheFight #BreaktheStigma ... See MoreSee Less
Army Master Sgt. Lyle Babcock, a management analyst for the Kansas National Guard, lives and works through his post-traumatic stress disorder with the help of Gunther, his service dog. Kansas National...
“Without proper care any medical condition can get worse and negatively affect many aspects of a person’s life.”
We've said it before, we can be ticking time bombs if issues are not addressed in time. Reach out to others when you need to and reach out to those who might need it. Next step come up with a plan if you need additional support. When you're on the right track DON'T GIVE UP!! #GetintheFight #BreaktheStigma ... See MoreSee Less