I would like to acknowledge the advancements this society of multimedia lifestyles have brought in the world of Veterans helping other Veterans. For example a website I found through a link on Facebook is www.vetsprevail.org
a website designed by Vets to help other Vets with PTSD find recovery and kinship with others like them.
The bonus of this particular website is that just for doing things to help themselves and others they can win rewards in the form of gift cards. These are to be used as both motivators and rewards for going beyond their comfort zones to help others by just being themselves and speaking up, doing the work and becoming better civilians/vets. Nothing we do in this world is ever easier but this is another aid in the media driven society we have become to ease soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines into civilian life a little less traumatic.
I can only hope those suffering from PTSD, mental disorders, brain trauma and just those who are veterans who are finding transition harder than they thought it would be a guide to ease the pains. It is not easy to suddenly realize that the world of protect and care for each other at all costs is gone. However, sites like this one can ease this even for a moment in our daily lives is better than not having it at all in my humble opinion.
I have no experience with combat and I do not claim to but there comes a point when every military veteran can find transition a blockade to betterment. I am hopeful that this website will be a guide to transition for all who used it and a lesson that not all vets are bloodthirsty warmongers who hate civilians.