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A Navy brat inspired a campaign to raise awareness for PTSD, in honor of her dad. Headed up by the folks at Military with PTSD, they’ve made it their mission to help kids share their stories about loving a wounded warrior through it all.

Military with PTSD and PTSD TKO Article in Time

The groups that are catching my attention lately, however, are the ones rising up to involve the kids directly. Right in time with the Month of the Military Child, a Navy brat inspired a campaign to raise awareness for PTSD, in honor of her dad. Headed up by the folks at Military with PTSD, they’ve made it their mission to help kids share their stories about loving a wounded warrior through it all.

The group PTSD TKOPost Traumatic Stress Disorder Teens & Kids Overcoming – is quickly gaining momentum and inspiring brats of all ages to make a difference. Their ultimate goal: to put an end to veteran suicides and the stigma of PTSD.

Children tend to view the world without the biases or fears that adults often carry as a result of life’s experiences. Thus, they are more open-minded, accepting and willing partners in life’s toughest journeys.

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