The Strength of a Warrior program features a variety of training exercises designed to help veterans overcome personal challenges as they integrate back into civilian life. Some of what Strength of a Warrior offers is: education about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a self check questioner for PTSD, online self help worksheets, and resources for veterans.
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can develop following a traumatic event that threatens your safety or makes you feel helpless. It is normal to be afraid, sad, lost, and even angry when you’re in danger; that is a normal reaction to trauma. Most people who go through a trauma have some symptoms at the beginning, but they will start to fade. But when you feel stuck in a constant sense of danger, having to be on high alert, and upsetting memories months after the traumatic event, it’s probably time to talk with your doctor. You could have PTSD. No one knows why some people develop PTSD and others do not. PTSD is not a sign of weakness. PTSD can be a debilitating disorder, and the symptoms that come with PTSD can have a negative impact on a number of different areas in a person’s life.
You set a pace that works best for you and work from the comfort of your own home. The Strength of a Warrior program is not meant to replace professional mental health, but provide you with education and tools to work in conjunction with your mental health care.
Strength of a Warrior is an interactive website from Military with PTSD