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DrRed Says

Tuesday at 1 PM Pacific

June 06th 2017:The ART of Being a Happy Veteran

The ART of being a happy VETERANS is doing something that you love and then you'll love the life you have. Having a hobby helps you get out all the frustration that you encounter in life, and just being alive in the 21st-century can be frustrating sometimes. That doesn't account for being a veteran who just left a war zone dealing with people who don't understand military life and don't appreciate the sacrifices that they've made for them. Some people think that anyone who went overseas and came back has PTSD and they are nuts. It is unfortunate that so few people have been through the m

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- Disabled wartime Veteran, Advocate, Artist, Arts Educator, Marketer, and Public Speaker -Founder, Support Our Veterans Association, (SOVA) - Leader, Walkathon Across America (WAAA, from San Diego California to Ground Zero New York City) -Founder Arts for Veterans Project (funded in part both SanDiego and Veterans Employment Committee) -Free Creative Arts Activities at Veterans Museum at Balboa Park San Diego -Founder, Art Scholarship Progean, Arts for All Arts and Arts Alive - Proclimation: San Diego Mayor, Kevin Faulkner proclaimed 7 December 2015 Arts for Veterans Day
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2646/drred-says 22/10/2017 07:00 22/10/2017 08:00 DrRed Says https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2646/drred-says The ART of being a happy VETERANS is doing something that you love and then you'll love the life you have. Having a hobby helps you get out all the frustration that you encounter in life, and just being alive in the 21st-century can be frustrating sometimes. That doesn't account for being a veteran who just left a war zone dealing with people who don't understand military life and don't appreciate the sacrifices that they've made for them. Some people think that anyone who went overseas and came back has PTSD and they are nuts. It is unfortunate that so few people have been through the marvelous discipline of being in the military and learning how to live as a band of brothers looking out for each other and learning to be accountable for they're actions. My goodness – they actually say, "Yes Mam, and no Mam." What millennial does that? They need an outlet for the stresses of returning to civilian life. What better than Art? Tune in and find out? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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