Guest: Charles Smith
Charles Smith, an Army veteran, shares his traumatic childhood and how those experiences impacted him as an adult.
Guest: Dr. Don Wood
What if I told you that it could be possible to process the traumas you’ve experienced in as little as 4 hours? You might not believe it, but my guest, Dr. Don Wood says it is possible!
Guest: Tom Spooner
Tom Spooner is an Army veteran who served nearly 21 years as a Green Beret and Delta Force Operator. Since retiring, he has successfully enabled thousands of warriors to acknowledge their struggles, seek treatment, and understand that they are not alone.
Guest: Jesse Simpson
Jesse Simpson is a Marine veteran turned entrepreneur. Jesse runs a company called Action-Oriented, which helps people rebuild their life after trauma or transition. His journey is one with the theme that it is never too late to transform your life.
Guest: Chris Whittemore
Chris Whittemore is a Marine veteran who has written the book Terror to Triumph. His book is a journey through the eyes of a Marine scout sniper in Ramadi, Iraq, in 2005. It continues through Fallujah, Iraq, in 2007, and finally finishes flying as a crew chief / door gunner through Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
Guest: Brandon Roman
Brandon Roman is an Army veteran who works with Face it Together, which is an addiction resource center that works to help get people with addiction and their loved ones well again.
Guest: Allen Simmons
Allen Simmons is a Marine Corps veteran who deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, and wrestled with PTSD from a TBI that he sustained in Afghanistan. In his healing journey, he battled depression and suicide as he set on a new path of purpose.
Guest: Wayne Shipman
Wayne Shipman served in the Army in the 90’s and found himself homeless years after leaving the Army. He considered ending it all when he decided he had to discover his own path in life.