World Premiere Of SoldierHard’s Music Video Triggers, Bringing PTSD Into The Limelight

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PTSD is an issue a lot of our Veterans are experiencing when returning from a combat zone. It has been around as long as war has, but only recently has it been seen for what it really is.

As society learns what it is and what it is not, they must also learn the signs that come with it.  Thanks to Veteran, and Music Entertainer SoldierHard, he is bringing this to the forefront. With this new song, those that do not understand it, can gain some insight. And those Veterans dealing with it, now have a voice.

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Also, the black T-shirt he is wearing in the video is combination of a promo shirt for our facebok page, Stolen Valor, and the Awesome Shit My Drill Sergeant Said facebook page.. We have all been working together to bring this awareness to the forefront. If you would like to order the shirt seen in the video, you can do so here.Guardian Of Valor(Stolen Valor) T-Shirt, also available for a limited time in a Hoodie version

 

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7 comments on “World Premiere Of SoldierHard’s Music Video Triggers, Bringing PTSD Into The Limelight
  1. Mad respect goes out to all who served/serving I wish I could of had the chance to fight by ya’lls side. Freedom aint free, that’s why ya’ll fight for it every day!

  2. My son-in-law was KIA in Iraq. Before that, we saw direct effects of this problem that is so misunderstood. It involved a knock on the door by my teen aged son who lost his key and a service weapon pointed straight at him by a full blown soldier in the body of my gentle, loving son-in-law. I was standing behind my son….thank God I made it home at that exact second and pulled him back to the present. I have never seen that look in another person’s eyes and it hurts me so much to know that he was going through that and was afraid to admit it because of the stigma and his career. The message needs to get out there to the public and especially to the armed services. It’s because and for us that they are in this shape and we all, as a nation need to help them….as they do us.

  3. 1st of all THANK YOU! <3 I HAVE WATCHED BOTH OF MY SON'S/SOLDIERS STRUGGLE WITH THEIR OWN BATTLES AND TRIGGERS. AN SADDLY WATCHED THEM LOOSE THAT BATTLE A COUPLE TIMES, IT BREAKS A MOMS HEART TO SEE WHAT IS HAPPENNG TO OUR CHILDERN WHEN THEY COME HOME. LOVE, SUPPORT, TIME, JUST LISTENING WHEN THEY NEED TO TALK, UNDERSTANDING AND MORE LOVE THATS HOW WE ARE WORKING THROUGH. IT. THAT AND BEING VIGILANT OF THEIR TRIGGERS AND STAYING AHEAD OF THEM WHEN I CAN. THE WAR ZONE DID NOT GET MY SON'S AND I WILL BE DAMNED IF LIFE AFTER WILL!

    • Keep supporting them through thick & thin! Unconditional love helps a lot. My husband of 30+ years has PTSD from Vietnam, infantry, and it’s been a long road but we emerged from the dark times together & stronger. The sooner the veteran deals with it, the better the prognosis. A researcher at Harvard has studied this many years & found that propranolol, given soon after the trauma, helps to prevent it from “cementing” itself in the brain & causing “intrusive thoughts.” Also, any problem, mental or physical,should be a disability claim within ONE YEAR of discharge. This ensures service-connection. The VA pays partial disabilities.
      See your local Veteran County Service Officer.

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