Receiving Christmas cheer — Groups honor, thank soldiers and families

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  • awsomeron
    Dec. 20, 2009 2:06 p.m.

    For 30 years I avoided help. Then a young MSW who I came to trust from my medical provider suggested I go to the VA.

    After a while I went. I arrived about 2:45 the person said, we normally do not start intakes this late.

    I said thats okey its been 30 years it can be another 30. The person made a choice and I a choice.
    We did the intake.

    The Goverment Refuses to Honor my PTSD, what they do honor is my Agent Orange Related Diabates 30% and !0% for a personal dysfunction related to the first problem.

    I see an MSW every other week for the PTSD they won't honor. After a time the VA Paid for My Glasses, Hearing Aid,Rehab, College Degree. I have also used my VA Home Loan. There are however some things I won't do. And my H1N1 Shot, Depression Meds etc.

    Merry Christmas to these guys and their families, their Wifes who endure much.

    For those who need help, Please, Please Seek Help. Wifes/Husbands make getting them help your Passion. Go through the Process it is so much better then the other way.

  • Tears of Joy of a USA,Soldier*
    Dec. 20, 2009 12:00 p.m.

    *Its been a
    long struggle for some to be home
    smooth healing process For miles of
    Joys of tears are now frequent.

    For a Happy tearful Joyful Family
    For the Braids of Faith n Glory
    With Ones Heart American Soldier*

  • Happiness is...
    Dec. 20, 2009 10:18 a.m.

    A great outpouring of love and hope for these men and their families. They may not think that they deserve it, but we really appreciate their sacrifice.

    Merry Christmas!