Family and Relationships
Guest: Pete & Edie Freudenberger
Pete and Edie Freudenberger founded the Blue Star Academy, which helps serve some of the unique educational needs of military connected students. They help educators understand the demands placed on children with military parents. This could include things like deployments, frequent moves, etc.
Guest: Cliff D. Payne
Cliff D. Payne offers advice on post military careers including when a good time is for current servicemembers to start planning their transition into civilian life, things you should consider in your post military career, the benefit of using a recruiter to help you find a job, common issues that veterans have when they enter the workforce, and more.
Guest: Colleen Marchi
Colleen Marchi is the author of Magical Order of Brave Knights, which is a book that helps children with separation anxiety and other bedtime fears, which can be common in military families.
Guest: Natalie Gross & Andrea Scott
Natalie Gross and Andrea Scott host the Spouse Angle Podcast, where they bring news and relevant content to military spouses and their families.
Guest: Daniel Faust
Daniel Faust from Learn & Live talks about helping veterans thrive at home, at work, and everywhere in between.
Guest: Bud & Sara Dunn
Bud and Sara Dunn are co-hosts of the Confident Couples podcast. In this episode we’ll break down what it takes to build and maintain a strong relationship.
Guest: Natalie Sanders
Natalie talks about some of the struggles she faced as a new mom who gave birth to her first child just before her husband was deployed. She was able to lean on the support network on base through Facebook groups and classes as well as nearby family to help her out.
Guest: Seth Shoultes
Seth Shoultes is an Air Force Veteran who became a successful entrepreneur. His path to get to where he is today wasn’t an easy one. Seth struggled with homelessness after deciding to get away from the toxic situation he found himself in.
Guest: Vicki DeLuzio
My wife, Vicki DeLuzio talks to us about being a new mother while I was deployed and some of the struggles that came along with that.
Guest: Scott DeLuzio
Transcript Think back to basic training when you learned combat lifesaving skills. Or maybe you learned this later on in your military career. I don’t know when everyone is first introduced to it, or even if all MOS’s are taught these skills. As an infantryman I know we had our first exposure to this medical…