Guest: Brandi Saunders
Brandi Saunders talks about her time in the Air Force, her deployments in support of OEF and OIF, and how she successfully transitioned into a new career after leaving the military.
Guest: Mike Liguori
Mike Liguori discusses how he dealt with his PTSD and a troubled relationship. He learned to put the past behind him and focus on the road ahead.
Guest: Brent Magnussen
Brent Magnussen is a US Army veteran who served as a combat engineer. He is also a best selling author, speaker, and sits on the board of the Resilient Warrior Foundation, which serves veterans and first responders who suffer from PTSD.
Guest: Mike Lamonica
Mike Lamonica is an Air Force veteran who serves on the Combat Control Foundation’s Board of Directors. The Combat Control Foundation provides care and support to Combat Controllers, their families and other members of the military community through its programs, or through partnerships with similar charitable organizations.
Guest: Ashlee Leppert
Ashlee Leppert returns to the podcast to open up and share her healing journey after her career in the Coast Guard.
Guest: Anthony Price
Anthony is with the Gold Star Ride Foundation, whose mission it is to actively support, comfort, and do the work that our fallen heroes would do it they hadn’t fallen for all our freedom.
Guest: Ellie Shefi
Ellie Shefi discusses ways to help military family members hold down the home front while their spouses are deployed by providing easy-to-implement tools for resiliency and self-care.
Guest: Dr. Sherry Walling
Dr. Sherry Walling discusses her new book Touching Two Worlds and how we can rediscover ourselves after losing a loved one.
Guest: David Crocker
Most people believe serving others is a nice thing to do, but it doesn’t really make much of a difference. David Crocker is talks about how serving others helps us get a handle on our own mental health.
Guest: Alecia Aguilar
Alecia Aguilar is a Navy veteran, who, while serving discovered how exercise helped manage her stress and anxiety. She also created the Awearness Athletics brand. She is here today to talk about her fitness journey and how it helped her overall physical and mental health.
Guest: Mahesh Grossman
For people who had a difficult childhood, half of what we think of as anxiety is often leftover emotional stress from what happened to us as a child. Mahesh Grossman explains how hypnotherapy can help.
Guest: Dylan Sessler
Dylan Sessler talks about how he works to create a connection with others in order to provide a safe space to discuss difficult topics.