Grief

Tribute to Wes: Burn Pits and Cancer

Guest: Wesley Black

On November 7, 2021, Wes Black lost his battle with cancer due to his exposure to toxic burn pits. This is a re-airing of the conversation Wes and I had back in Episodes 13 & 14.

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Hold My Guns Suicide Prevention

Guest: Sarah Albrecht

In this episode, Sarah Albrecht talks about her nonprofit, Hold My Guns, which hopes to help gun owners store their firearms safely in a time of need.

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Surviving Son

Guest: Scott DeLuzio

Learn about Scott’s new book, Surviving Son, and how to enter to win a free signed copy of your own!

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Price Of Freedom Foundation

Guest: Dennis Schroader

Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Dennis Schroader Sr. is the founder of the Price of Freedom Foundation, a 501c3 organization dedicated to telling the life stories of those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.

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Recorded Live: Sharing Your Story [Veterans Day 2020]

Guest: Scott DeLuzio

This episode was recorded live at a ceremony on Veterans Day 2020 where I had the opportunity to share my story and the stories of several of my past guests. It was an honor to share these stories with this audience and I’m pleased to be able to share the stories with you on this podcast.

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10 Year Anniversary

Guest: Micah Kidney, Zack Tracey, Wes Black, Diane DeLuzio, Mark DeLuzio

In this episode, I asked a few of my brother’s friends and family members to share stories about him to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of his death in Afghanistan.

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Helping Veterans With Dr. Sherry Walling

Guest: Sherry Walling

Dr. Sherry Walling is a clinical psychologist, speaker, yoga teacher, podcaster, entrepreneur, and best-selling author.

We touched on a wide range of subjects. Veteran suicide, the VA, when the right time is to seek help, relational and moral injuries, and a whole lot more.

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Army Mom on Post Traumatic Stress and Suicide

Guest: Valerie Pallotta

Valerie Pallotta is an Army mom, whose son Josh deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. After returning home, Josh suffered with Post Traumatic Stress for several years. Unfortunately he lost that battle in 2014.

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