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Here is the third day of sharing with you the chapter titles from my new book, “Signs of Hope for the Military: In and Out of the Trenches of Life.” The book is in the final stages, and I am wanting to get some excitement going for it. All you people who are veterans or current members of the military, plus all the families who are connected will really like this book.
It reaches out to those military who are suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, fear, deployment, self-doubt, and the many other usual suspects.
You can go back to the other pages that have chapter titles by scrolling down this page, but here are some new ones to try to hook you. 🙂
The Best Ships Are Friendships
Had a very rough ride on the U.S.S. Mitchell on my way to Korea for my deployment, but I made some good friendships on the way.
Loneliness in Korea
I didn’t know what loneliness was until I got to Korea. I was in another country thousands of miles away from home.
Can’t We All Just Get Along?
I saw death in Seoul, Korea. A woman starved to death on the street and no one cared.
Communications From Home or the Lack of It.
One of the most anticipated moments while deployed is the mail,unless you don’t get any.
Ee-li-wa Means Come Here
I got educated real quick on the language in Korea when I kept hearing the women in the village saying Ee-li-wa. (This part is rated PG.)
Skosh the Dog
Sometime rare in Korea is to find a live dog since they are a delicacy to the people. We had a dog and she had pups. What happened next broke our hearts.
Just One More Drink
This chapter tells my story of having my first experience of drinking alcohol in excess. Somewhat funny, but not to me.
I hope you are following along on finding out the topics that will be talked about in the book, “Signs of Hope For the Military: In and Out of the Trenches of Life.” Veterans and military people will get a lot of refreshing thoughts on how to cope in this not so friendly world, while in the military, and after separation.
In closing, I want all of you to remember:
You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
And never, ever, give up!