How to talk to children about PTSD, Resources for veterans caregivers from documentary film The Weight of Honor

How to talk to children about PTSD, Resources for veterans caregivers from documentary film <i>The Weight of Honor</i>

What I've learned while making THE WEIGHT OF HONOR documentary is that being a veterans caregiver can impact several generations. When a veteran has PTSD and there are children in the home, no matter how strong and loving and now matter how effective a parent the veterans caregiver is -- sometimes children can develop their own level of PTSD.

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Happy International Womens Day - to all the women in our 2017 documentary caring for our veterans

Happy International Womens Day - to all the women in our 2017 documentary caring for our veterans

It's International Women's Day - and although each of us owes gratitude to the women who brought us into the world, over here, we feel we owe a BIG Thank You and deep gratitude to the women who are bringing our catastrophically wounded veterans back into the world. THANK YOU to the veterans caregivers in our 2017 documentary THE WEIGHT OF HONOR.

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Syracuse University IVMF Bridges the Military-Civilian Gap

Syracuse University IVMF Bridges the Military-Civilian Gap

Perhaps you've heard me say it in interviews or in an earlier blog post, one of the missions of our documentary is to awaken civilians to the urgent needs of our veteran-caregivers and military-caregivers in America.  Veterans and active military alike often comment that the American public does not understand the challenges for them and their families.

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