I am in my late 30s living in the Pacific NW. I am still an active duty militayr member. I am married and have children. I have led a normal happy
somewhat grounded life, until a few years ago...I will post my dilemma in another thread, but any advice or help would be greatly appreciated as my
hold on what is normal has shifted...
Welcome to ATS, you'll find most of the members here very helpful and extremely well versed on many topics we like to talk about. You posted an
interesting story in an earlier post that begs for some more information. Documentation and sourcing if not from a first hand experience is literally
required here unless you don't mind being dragged through the mud. With that said, personal experiences and becoming awake and aware does play a bit
of a mind trip on people and that's to be expected. Relax, put your thoughts down on paper and dazzle us with something we can all get a charge
from. At the very least it will feel good to release that energy and at best someone here will be able to point you in the right direction for
dealing with and coming to grips with what you've experienced.
Thanks to all for the welcome. I know its hard to believe, I have had to rely on hard facts my whole career and intangibles are not quantitative I
know. How can I quantify or qualify my experience? I have 15-20 witnesses who can attest to searching the camp for me for 6 hours. How can I
substantiate anything else..Thats why I am here. If you knew me personally, yuo would wonder what I am doing here as well....
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