• October 24, 2021

Tags : ptsd

Coping with PTSD one year after August 3 Tragedy

The one-year anniversary of the Aug. 3 mass shooting in El Paso may be a difficult time for members of the Borderland community, especially those affected by the violence directly or indirectly. Emotional trauma can still be felt by those who were injured that day at the Cielo Vista Walmart, and it may still affect […]Read More

FlashFiction: Two Stories from Dave Davis

What follows are two stories by Dave Davis.  Mr. Davis is  Vietnam Veteran who has made El Paso his home of some 65 years. The stories he submitted are about the after-effects of war. *** The Man in the Mirror (PTSD)  The man looking back at me from the mirror is dressed to the ‘nines’.  […]Read More

Video+Story: ‘Hug A Vet’ Headed for El Paso thanks to

Three people, touched by the difficulties of war,  are on a mission to help those fellow soldiers and their spouses who are suffering from PTSD.   With the ‘Hug A Vet’  mission, the trio have crisscrossed the country, dispensing help, one hug at a time. The Human Hug Project is made up of three people with three […]Read More

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